Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Texas, 241, and Geranium...oh my!

Well, it's been busy around here! We are still settling into the new house. I'm at a stand-still point where I am just not in the mood to decorate or work on the house so I have been sewing a lot! It's been nice.

I gave my dad his Texas quilt and he loved it! I even convinced him to even take a picture holding it up!

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I also made a 241 tote by Noodlehead. It was a blast and will be teaching this QAYG class at Urban Spools this fall. Can't wait!!

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Then, while I was hanging out on Bloglovin, I saw that TwoLittleBanshees made a Geranium dress and realized that I've owned the pattern for over 6 months and still hadn't made the dress. Well, I nipped that one in the bud...Thanks Kate! ;)

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I made one for both of the relishes in Heather Ross' Far Far Away unicorns. I then decided that my beautiful Winged fabric need to be chopped up as well...

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Terrible lighting but those butterflies are stunning and the background is a beautiful wine/purple shade!  I am tempted to buy some more yardage and make me something!

Lastly, I had to share my little photographer!

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She did not just check the back of the camera! I die!!

Have a great week!

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7 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, your photographer is the cutest :) I think the Winged fabric would make something super gorgeous for you!

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  2. So many awesome things in the post I don't even know what to comment on. Ummm...I'll pick the dress! It's so so cute! I love the unicorn fabric! I checked it out on the blog and I wonder if it would be hard for a newbie like me. Is there any lining that needs done? Lol.

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  3. all such lovely work. I love your 241 tote especially :-)

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  4. cute photo of your daddy with his quilt - yay!
    those dresses turned out darling, especially that butterfly one. so pretty!

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  5. Such cuties, and I love the little dresses. Love the bag too, but Urban Spools is just selling kits. Is there a way to get the pattern only? And oven mitts? Mine are ancient.

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    1. Hey There! What kit are you looking for? Maybe I can help! :)

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  6. Beautiful printing patterns are described at the fabrics look some more indian block print fabric by the yard

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