Thursday 16 February 2023

Stitching News

 Well, here's a new thing, blog posts 3 days in a row? ha!

 Farmer Lynda stitched a very wise owl for a birthday gifting postcard and sent me the beautifully 'staged' photo, Thank you Lynda. It's a totally toot toot toot-able project, fabulous and finished no matter the size!

Rose made this very large floor cushion/pillow to gift along with the quilt I posted about, the one with the very impressive facing? remember? Well this time Rose has learned how to put a zip into the edge of a cushion, as opposed to hiding it under a flap!

It still looks like there's a flap but it's not, it's a sneaky trick, ha!
Toot toot toot Rose, another fabulous and finished project, just in the nick of time too.

 Rose (a different one)  has been bitten by the quilting bug. She needed a baby quilt and, as you know I cut and sell these marvellous I Spy Six Packs. They can be joined together lick-etty-split which helps make everything go faster or add sashing and corner stones if you have more time, easy peasy.
Toot toot toot Rose, it's your first finish fanfare!!

Tina's first ever quilt is coming along very nicely. The yellow-ish fabric is not yellow, my camera is playing tricks, it's Xbox green, so I'm told. There will be an Xbox sandwich made soon.

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