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Saturday, 8 April 2017

Kitchen Witches

Since I have managed to finish quite a few placemats from my u.f.o. stash I gave myself permission to make something from my wish list:
These witches are 10" tall, just the right size to ride on dish washing mops.

Monday, 3 April 2017

Border Treatment

In my stash was quite a quantity of borders from a pillow print, enough to make 8 placemats.
  I used the printed motifs to quilt them.

Friday, 31 March 2017

Easter Placemats

This pattern is easier to sew than it looks like, and very satisfying when all the pieces come together.....


12" x 18"



Monday, 27 March 2017

Dreaming of Summer

While it yet again snows I have finished my most summery u.f.o.: a set of 6 placemats with a decidedly maritime/acadian feel.
12" x 18"
They are quilted with anchors and ropes.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Mug-rug "Coffee"

This is a project to usefully use up the last bits of these fantastic "coffee" prints. Now they are all gone :(
8" square
It would look lovely on a desk, and prevent coffee or tea stains on papers.....

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Lobster Bibs

What better project to use this fabric than lobster bibs?
13" x 20"
These adult-sized clothes-protectors are fully lined and machine washable and dryable.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Jack's Chain

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This baby quilt, a nine-patch variation, is from "Scraps organized to Perfection", I used only two fabrics.
It was surprisingly easy to piece (with occasional help from my seam ripper), but I found it difficult to calculate. Thankfully I am more of a let's-start-and-fix-it-later type of quilter....
48" x 59"

The quilting was done with stencils I had cut for other quilts.
The fabrics are cotton prints and cotton flannel, the batting is polyester.
corner quilting
the back