Everyone needs washcloths. I was able to get these at Wally for a reasonable price for a set of 4. So far I have customized 3.
What about my dear friends, anything going on in terms of creating good useful but affordable Christmas gifts?
A different type of runner that I made for my daughter.
Used lots of scraps and the Go cutter and dark thread for the applique.
She likes it so mission accomplished.
Has anyone else created something a little bit different from the usual?
I wanted to add a little something to these gloves so they do not seem so plain.
I am only making the 12 days of Christmas for my nieces this year.
They are getting older and honestly, it is a bit time consuming to come up with good useable but cost effective gifts.
What about my dear blog friends, have you whipped up anything for the holidays yet?
I blogged about a birthday quilt I was making for my niece on March 10th.
Well this quilt is a yuck yuck!
I did not paper piece it enough on the seam line and many of the stitches came out as I was quilting it. It is not suitable for a child so I am just going to finish it up as an exercise mat for those days when I do exercise. LOL
Lesson learned: Use more fabric at the seams when paper piecing.
Anyone else make boo boos out there?
I have only used my wedge ruler 2 or 3 times and in need of a round topper I decided to make a wedge topper for my round coffee table.
Oh my , how I love this! I can see myself making tons of things with this concept. Has anyone else made anything with their wedge ruler?
Finally after months of detailed applique work, I have completed the first Baltimore block from P3designs..
I am not making the whole quilt, just certain blocks. I enlarged this block so that it is a wall hanging size.
I do have a dilemna. I am at a loss as to whether I should quilt the appliqued parts?
I already quilted this wall hanging but I do not like how the applique parts look. Could they still be quilted or should I leave them as is?