These petals can grow & multiply even in frigid temperatures!
The weather is still crazy cold here.
It was just 12 degrees here this morning,
but it’s warm in my sewing room!
I’m sewing up my new Christmas designs for spring market using the new “Winterlude” by 3 Sisters for Moda that I showed you a while back.
So far today I’ve made these blue plates.
They’re actually mini Dresden plates.
They will make a 4-1/2″ finished block.
I told you they were MINI!!!
Now I’m working on green plates.
I like to make these in assembly line fashion.
Cut a million petals…
Stitch a million petals…
Trim a million petals…
I found a way to use my new bowl that was a Christmas gift from my friend, Kathy.
She sells the hand made pottery in her new studio.
It’s best to keep the different fabrics segregated since they’re so close in color & design.
That’s what I like about this collection.
There aren’t a lot of different colors, just a few used over and over with different patterns.
This quilt will have an organized scrappy feel to it with a feel of antiquity.
I love this collection!!!
I think I’ll move this to the living room tonight.
I can turn a million…
Press a millions..
all while watching my favorite shows!
Perhaps I’ll move my featherweight in there too.
This is a fun little project for that machine.
The days are getting longer.
Until next time,
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Hehe! Well, I’m glad you found the pottery useful!