Over on Instagram, Soak Wash has been hosting a photo challenge for October. The above photo is for day 19: Fave Notions.
I thought I'd spend a couple minutes to explain each choice.
1. Olfa Rotary cutter: This is the first rotary cutter I've ever owned and it's still going strong. When I first started quilting I was hand cutting each fabric piece. How times have changed!
2. Lint Roller: I use lint rollers to remove stray
October 20, 2014
October 19, 2014
October 13, 2014
Busy, Busy, Busy........... Sew Kitschy blocks have been assembled and the quilting has begun. As usual, I love a little machine quilting and a little handquilting. Isn't the embroidery a nice touch? Thanks to my close friend Deborah.
I created a few more ornaments, and played around with some different additions. I've set aside making more until I know what sells. (I've got oodles made).
October 06, 2014
For To-Do #40, I made ornaments, went to a sew-in and made more ornaments.
On Tuesday the Modern Quilt Guild hosted a webinar with Jacquie Gering. Wow, fantastic artist and entertaining speaker! She went over Modern quilting themes and ideas. I was so inspired by the information, that I scribbled ideas down as we went along. Visit her website at:
I'll have to miss the modern quilters Monday meeting, I woke up with a weather change headache. They are starting a Tula Pink QAL, and I'll have to pass this time around. I'm one of those people that can have 3 or 4 WIP's and that's my limit. I'm looking forward to when this group decides to join the MQG-that will help condense some of the future projects.
How many quilt, sewing, hobby groups do you belong to? Do you accomplish most of your project goals?
|Sew-in with the Running with Scissors Group|
|Beads n More for Ornaments|
The plans for this week are: