Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Mid-month UFO update

So far, I have finished one of 4 UFOs, and worked on one current project. I also made something new from start to finish!

Finished:

Dragonfly Table Runner


 A rare moment of winter sunshine washed all the colour out, so back inside I went!


 I used a new-to-me fibre to create the wings - it's called Angelina and you use an iron to fuse the fibres together (between sheets of parchment paper).  I purchased it in Calgary last year, but have found it locally at A Great Notion in Abbotsford.  A bag was $5.99 (it looks like it's on sale for $2.99 right now), and after I made the wings, it doesn't even look like I used any - a little goes a long way! The colour I used was Gold Iris - gold with a hint of purple shimmer.




Chair Cushion for Zoey


Using scraps and a bit of Liberated piecing, I made a small cushion for her rocking chair.  Her rocking chair has solid sides and back, so I only put a ruffle on the front.  The challenge was how to keep it on the seat.  I've decided to use velcro rather than ties, and will apply soft side of self-stick velcro to the seat itself.  I've already applied the hook part to the back of the cushion before I sewed it together.  PS: It is actually square, just puffy so it looks funny right now.

Working on:

Easy Street (upgraded to King Size)


Corner Triangles - 4 - finished


Setting Triangles -  7 of 16 - finished (six shown)



Block A - 2 of 25 - finished
Block B - 1 of 16 - finished

In between assembling triangles and blocks, I am working on making the extra parts I need for a king size version as leaders and enders.

Still to do:
Gramma Quilt
Pure Happy Quilt
Just Takes Two Pillow Cover

I think I'm still on target, as long as I get my rear-end off the couch in the evenings!

And thank you for all the lovely comments in my previous post - I haven't been good at responding lately, but I will try to do better!



2 comments:

  1. That dragonfly table runner is so pretty. The cushion is so cute. And I love your fabric choices for Easy Street.

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  2. Love the detail of your dragonfly wings. It adds the perfect touch.

    Cute cushion for your granddaughter's rocker. She'll love sitting on that.

    And Easy Street is looking good!

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