Lots of projects equals many entertaining hours and many moments of satisfaction after finishing them. And you get to proudly display this latest craft! Please stay warm!
No snow yet, Ivy, should have some by morning.No doubt dropping a few flakes in Kansas before hand. ;-)The sewing machine was my first love. (Knitting is my current PASSION.)During my on-going organization projectSeveral pieces of fabric have surfaced, bought with project bags in mind.Picked up some snazzy zippers last week.Hugs
Don't you love it when you can finish up one of your UFOs?! What fun! Hopefully you won't have too much snow. It's supposed to be cold here in Cheyenne this weekend but only a bit of snow.
Well, geez, Tami, you guys deserve some of this snow, don't ya? :-) :-)I'm bound and determined to finish several in the next couple of weeks.I'm loving reading you blog post about your move from California to Big Sky land.Hugs
Tea for two and two for tea! How lovely!Snow away, I've got lots of projects to sew!
Yes, Patti, and you can sew away even when the electric is downThat handsome hand-crank Singer sure becomes the main attractionLooks like there may be several inches on the ground by this time tomorrow.Stay Warm and Quilt OnHugs
Your "sandwich" turned out wonderful! And it looks like it may not have taken a huge amount of time. Looks so nice!
Cindy, Daughter and I sew project like these as utilitarian toppers, placemat or mug rugs.To be used daily and replaced when they're worn out.AND, WE HAVE LOADS OF FUN DOING IT.Thanks for stopping by, I love hearing from ya.Hugs
I'm coming over to take your temperature. These are my colors not yours!!! Love, love, love it.
Not to worry, not to worry. Deb and I share scraps. ;-)This actually went home with her. I got to have fun quilting. Since I am attempting to get some practice time quilting, this FO was perfect.May next time, Dianna. :-)Hugs
I love that table topper!!! Great job and great fun and accomplishment.
Well, it is one less project off the stack, Paula.And, more of our Accuquilt die cut Tumbler blocks used.We love cutting scraps into useful piecesDon't get snowed inHugs
Cool! It's so great to finish up something that's been hanging around for a while, isn't it? I should try it . . . ;-)
Hey, Gail, you are completing garments one after another.Capping it off this week by completing that great dress shirt for your Hubby.Hugs
Nice to see you sewing again. Don't you just love how fast these tumblers go together. I have made several placematts using the tumbler pattern.Go away snow.
See easy to Accuquilt GO! Cut several at a time That adds up to be many in a very short timeAnd, yep, Betty, they are fun when using prints and solids into pleasing combos.Looks like we may have INCHES of snow on the ground by Sunday eveningHugs
Lots to catch up on here. WOW, what fun you have been having keeping busy this winter. Love to see ya sewing again. Totally had a fun time meeting the girls for tea.
Kate, your blog post put a very BIG GRIN on my face yesterdayYou are looking Marvelous ! And let's not forget to mention HEALTHY.Your eating habits clearly show their effects. We blog readers could see all this from your postAnd to have a meet-up with cyberfriends is the bestHey, you'll be seeing some project bags posted here in the weeks to come.Have fun down South, Kate.Hugs
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