Piecing together beautiful scraps to create clever, practical items ~ sharing dreams, ideas, and stories
Monday, December 3, 2012
in the sewing room has been limited, but I managed to escape for a
couple of relaxing hours last week. The result is a new winter/Christmas wall
hanging design that I've named Evergreen. I used fabric remnants
that I had on hand, and I think it will look pretty in our living
really have to keep using up some of my stash of scraps because I've
been bad...or good, depending on how you look at it. You see, I got
an email about a fabulous online fabric sale of 50 to 75% off at
fabric.com. And I had a coupon for another 20% off plus free
shipping. I couldn't resist that temptation! I ordered some basics,
threads, and a few colorful fabric assortments. I saved over $100,
so in my opinion, that's a good thing. My sweet husband must agree,
because he encouraged me to buy even more.
update on Granny Rose's quilts: I still haven't found the pattern
name of the one with navy and pink sashing, although I found several
nine patch blocks that are similar. I think she may have modified
one of those to make her own version. I have recreated her block in
Electric Quilt 7, and plan to sew it next year.
And, thanks to American Quilter's Society for choosing Useful Remnants as their Blog of the Week when I wrote about those quilts.
Notion: Always take advantage of a good fabric sale!