a favourite shade of blue

a favourite shade of blue

Monday, September 22, 2014

cut pin sew press

And that is what I did today. It was a long day of sewing and I so enjoyed it even though my back became sore and I had to stop.
I got a lot done though. I am feeling good.

I was making those pinwheels for the guild. It can be a bit of a pain when there are many cutters and the shapes are not all the same size and cannot be cut any more. However I managed to get them done. Well almost the last set need to be sewn but they are all pinned and ready to go. I get tired while sewing and have to stop for a while.
Tomorrow is my Tuesday group and Pat is picking me up at 8:50 ,    then we go for coffee and gossip. It will be a good day.
Tomorrow is my grandson Ricky's birthday and then it is my son Jim's birthday on Wednesday. He will be coming from
Edmonton on October 10th or 11th.

Download now as a pdf pattern

Quilter's Path is the name of this wonderful block. 

These are cute potholders.

Isn't this a cute one. It is a toy sewing machine for little girls back in the early 1900s, It is a hand crank. Even young girls loved to sew. When I was 6 I begged my mom for scraps of fabric from anything she had. She did not sew so I don't know how I expected her to have scraps of cloth.   However she did rustle up a few bits and pieces for me and I proceeded to make doll clothes for the doll I did not have LOL. I was always optomistic.

Here you go, a nice easy quilt that would sew up in no time flat.
Three bars and that is all. Make sure that the block measures up square.

That is it folks .

Good night.

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