I’ve been away from the blog this month because I’ve been super busy.
But, I did sneak some sewing in here and there.
I cleaned my sewing room, and as I was sorting my Scrap bins into colours I came across a bunch of little bags of hst’s, charm pack remnants and such. So instead of moving them to a new location without using them I decided to do something with them.
I first took a bag of HST’s that needed trimming. I trimmed them to the largest usable size which was 1 1/2 inches. I decided to make some scrappy friendship star blocks. These are 3 1/2 inches.
Then I had some bright HST’s with a white background fabric. So I decided to try making a block with them. These HST’s were also trimmed to 1 1/2 inches. This block is 9 1/2 inches. Cute eh!!
Then I took the left overs from the charm pack and made a placemat.
And with the itty bitty scraps left over from the placemat, I made a mug rug.
Then, I spent some time making more blocks for the 365 Challenge quilt.
This is where I’m at so far.
I love having a design wall.
Then, I had to make a black and white block for the modern quilt group.
This block is 16 1/2 inches.
Then, a friend asked me to make a crib set for her as she is going to have her first grandchild.
She wanted me to use fabric from a Hawthorne Threads. So I ordered it for her and made her a quilt, bumper pads and a fitted sheet.
The deer fabric is exclusive Hawthorne Threads fabric from the Fawn collection.
This quilt didn’t take long as I used a panel.
I used a super soft flannel on the back.
It was the first time I ever made bumper pads and a fitted sheet.
So, as you can see, I’ve done quite a bit of sewing.
Plus I had two sewing sessions at my house where I taught a brand new beginner quilter make her first project. I’ve really enjoyed doing that.
I hope to do a bit of Christmas sewing now that we are going into December.
Time is running out. I better get on it. Lol!!