Quick Evening Craft.

>> Wednesday, April 29, 2009

A quick little fabric flower for those of you with little girls or needing a purse adornment. Use your scraps.


Two more down....Three to go

>> Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Okay I finished two more projects this evening. My Rocket Scientist Quilt and another cute out fit for little Avery's birthday this weekend. I plan on making a flower pin to go with the Girly strips skirt and that should complete her gift.


Midwest Modern Girly Strips Skirt.

>> Sunday, April 26, 2009

Ahhhhh! I manged to plant a garden, go window shopping, set up my new serger, take the kids to a birthday party, cut out this skirt and finish all in two days. I feel victorious. It turned out great and definitely love the Amy Butler fabrics I chose for the skirt. Also, a little hint for making this skirt, I was able to complete it with just 5 fat quarters.
Just four more projects to go. If you're keeping track yes I added one but it is a surprise.


Sewing Marathon...

>> Monday, April 20, 2009

Okay so I am racing to the finish line to finish my two WIPs with May 17th being my deadline. I am now two months behind on my rocket / space quilt for baby Andrew but he will patiently wait...all babies do....right?

I just finished cutting the squares and rectangles for my sports quilt for baby Cole. As I stated in an earlier blog I am planning on using the ragged squares technique seen on " Crazy Mom Quilts" blog spot: Ragged Squares. But mine will be a combo of rectangles and squares. Kinda modern, kinda vintage but hopefully capturing the sports theme without over doing it. Below is a seek peak at things to come.

I am also trying to start and complete a birthday gift for sweet little Avery this week. I am torn between the Pink Fig "Girly Stripwork" Skirt with a monogrammed top or the Oliver & S " swing Set Tunic & Skirt. I may actually do both depending on time. I'll post some fabric photos once I start.


Kids at Play Quilt

>> Sunday, April 12, 2009

I finally finished my Kids at Play quilt. As you remember I bought the kit from one of my favorite seller off of Etsy. I added a few of my own fabrics and backing to make it a great little gift for the newest baby in our family.

My next project is a sports quilts using the rag quilt technique.


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