Tag Archives: Scrappy

All in a Day’s Work

My sewing room got a visit from me last Thursday.  Just long enough to turn some quilt block sandwiches into potholders, finishing up a project from the last week in April or maybe the first week in May.  The sewing … Continue reading

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Leaf Potholders WIP

  Last fall I threw out a potholder from the 80’s that was so dirty it had mold growing on it.  The rest of the potholders at camp weren’t that bad, but they have been collecting dirt (possibly without being … Continue reading

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Evolving Shadow Cape

Shadow Cloak after today’s session, waiting to be ironed. Do your kids sew?  When did they start?  At almost 5, it is nigh impossible for O to sit still, but he recently managed to hand sew 6 valentine hearts.  It took … Continue reading

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Scrappiness Continues

More holiday projects components, now with coordinating fabrics.  I’ve finished 9 of these projects now.  2 to go.   An old scrap container, which recently surfaced might help me out there.

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Scrappy Lemoyne Mini-Star Quilt Update

I hit the famous community yardsale in a nearby community and part of my find was fabric scraps including all of the batik strips to the right above, which are going to feed my scrappy Lemoyne star quilt. It’s not  … Continue reading

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My First Scrappy Project

This Dear Santa Mug Rug was finished a couple of weeks ago and I thought I would tell you a bit more about it.  It will be perfect for holding letters to Santa when the little ones are old enough to write them … Continue reading

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