Monday, July 1, 2019

Monday Making

Looks like a flag!  NO, starting a number of red/white strattas that will get sub-cut into two-patches for a nice mix in the next step of the Christmas in July project.

And fellow guild member, Diane, received some lovely CW charm packs for participation in the Hands2Help.  I received a nice bundle of children's print flannels.  I liked hers, she liked mine - so we swapped.    This is "Emily's Homestead" and I could buy a FQ bundle of this - LOVE!  Circa 1880-1900 repro prints .  So I pulled some beige scraps that need using up and in progress.

So two projects, each with little bit different steps.  But each will be set by a machine and I can do a quick sew as a pass either of the machines while I am busy prepping for some up-coming events.

We had a horrible storm front hit us yesterday and I was powered down all day - made me slow down for sure (and hide under the covers with the furkids from time to time as well).  Today is better and I should get out for a walk to check damage - and see the sun.

Sewingly Yours,


Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

Sometimes it is good to unplug, hope the storm didn't do any damage.

Kate said...

Two fun projects in the works. Sorry you had to unplug for the day. Storms are never fun. Good luck with all you have to get done.

The Joyful Quilter said...

Here's hoping you didn't sustain much (if any) damage from the storm!

Cheryll said...

Looking forward to seeing the xmas project...xox