I began a baby quilt for my niece at my last Sisters Sewing week-end. I had prepared fusible appliques of farm animals and hearts, using thirties reproduction fabrics. These were fused to 6-1/2 inch muslin squares. Now, I am outlining the edges of the applique shapes with buttonhole stitches. It makes...
My two sisters and I completed a quilt together to commenmorate the birth of a great-niece. We collaborated on making the individual blocks. Then, I put the quilt together with sashing and an outside border. Next, my younger sister completed the free-motion quilting. Finally, my older sister attached...
The last seven days have been very busy. And, the holiday season isn't officially begun, although you cannot tell that by the Christmas displays in stores. I have been busy planning my Christmas gift giving projects. Last Friday, I got together with my two sisters for our first Saturday of the month...
Modern Sunbonnet Sue's Musings
Sat, Nov 10 2012
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