Monday, December 12, 2016

Monday Making 12/12/16


I'll be joining BETH today for Monday Making.  Perfect day to stay inside and sew as one of those big storms predicted finally did hit our Valley and everything is shut down/closed.  First up is to set my paper pieced blocks into the 'Attic Window' as far as I can.  Since I am only going to use the first and second rows 3 blocks, I am waiting on one last block release.  I will have every thing cut and ready for final piecing - even borders folks.



Then I clean up my table, good cleaning of the machine with new needle, threads pulled - and then my granddaughter's quilt gets sandwiched and thread painted.  Yeah, that is a LARGE panel (needs a pressing) and backed with a double plushy so no need for batting.  This should work up fast - don't know why I put it off so long.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

12 comments:

  1. Well, I love that block at the top. Looking forward to seeing the whole thing together. Our temperatures have warmed up and most of the snow is gone. We're expecting more on Wednesday.

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  2. A couple of nice projects to keep you busy. Stay warm, I hope the storm isn't too bad for you.

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  3. Great day to stay in!! Happy sewing!!

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  4. Both projects look like a great way to spend the day. Happy sewing.

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  5. I love your newest house in the village.

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  6. Looks like an adorable panel. We always stall on "difficult " projects, only to find out how easy they are...

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  7. Your little cabin in the woods is adorable! Love that panel too! We are digging out from a heavy snowfall yesterday. Great day to stay inside and sew!

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  8. Stay warm and safe. That panel is so cute, you made me laugh when you said you didn't know why you put it off so long, maybe because you've had a lot going on? Or you just work best under pressure :)

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  9. Burrrr. Mick is back in shorts today...:), but I must say he wears them a lot even in the winter. Really cute block.

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  10. I find it interesting what sets me off a particular project. I agree, I often wonders why it took me so long to finish something or get back to working on something. Great that you've pulled it out to work on again.

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  11. Oh how I wish I could be snowed in right about now! LOL

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  12. Sounds like perfect sewing weather. I love those blocks for Attic Window.

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