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Wednesday
May302012

A forgotten sewing project...

Do you ever make something and forget to ever blog about it? Last night I was looking through all of the photos I've taken over the past year, and I stumbled upon this! I thought it begged to be shared! If you follow this blog or even saw yesterday's post, you'd see I love vintage sheets and textiles! So while participating in a Secret Santa Swap for PMQG, my secret partner had all vintage sheets in her swap bag, I knew it was meant to be! 

Whenever starting a new process, my favorite part is laying out the fabric scraps, and envision what the final product will be. I hadn't made a star before (and since this was Christmas time) I figured that would be perfect. 

 The star on it's own begged to be framed. So little scraps came to the rescue and it was framed with 2" squares. 

I love straight line quilting, I quilted this with a walking foot and pivoted easily as this was a small amount to quilt. 

Hope you enjoyed this old project! I'm glad that I stumbled across it again. :) Do you have a project that sitting in the back of your photo library begging to come out?

Reader Comments (2)

I love that fabric!! My mother-in-law is a crazy quilter but I am still yet to get into it, the scales are tipping further in that direction though :)

May 30, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEmma

Hi Heather, beautiful yellows and block. This reminds me that I too have so many unfinished sewing projects I should put my attention on.

We have similar goals when it comes to the BYW 2.0 course (where I popped over from).

Good luck with yours and I'll see you in class,

Lisa

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