Friday, March 6, 2015

Friday Finish Happy Dance!

Scrapmaster has been trying to convince me that scraps of fabric are a good thing.  Sure, sure, sure.  Well, I hate to admit it, but she may have pulled me over the line...just a little bit though... but I'm not a full convert yet.  I told you about the tissue holders she made for me from the scraps I gave her.  Here are my creations:



I see this becoming an addiction like the zippered pouch incident.  Scrapteacher, I need a new project!

I finally met Baby M on the weekend (he lives away).  He has grown and is doing quite well.  So decided to make a changing pad with PUL waterproof fabric.



I love these animals.

I have been continuing the momentum created by the 4 x 7 Sewing Challenge over at Berry Barn Designs.  I didn't accomplish much this week, although I have been doing quilty stuff each day.

Tomorrow is an improv piecing workshop put on by Val over at Purple Boots and Pigtails.  Lately, I seem to be doing things I don't like to do...and then find out that they aren't so bad after all.  But I will NOT become a paper piecing convert.

Linking up with TGIFF hosted by Quokka Quilts.


5 comments:

  1. Ooooh... Vallies first link! I feel like a big girl now!
    Excited for tomorrow's workshop and am happy to be joining Scrapmaster in pushing you out of your comfort zone ma'dear!!

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  2. Great finishes! How did you make the tissue holders?

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  3. Love the tissue holders! I found they are a really great project for teaching kids to sew. And they can be addicting!

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  4. Oh goodness, Anja! Now you need to make matching zipper pouches and tissue holders. What about some scrappy lanyards or luggage tags (à la Dominique) to round out the collection?

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  5. You can save all your scraps for making letter blocks now!

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