Wednesday, July 22, 2015

BOM testing and new fabrics

Over a week ago we went to the Zoo, and it just HAPPENS to be near a Hobby Lobby, and for once we left the zoo kind of early so we weren’t totally smashed, SO I figured WHY not stop by Hobby Lobby and check things out??

And this is what I acquired :)

Some of these were 2 and $3 a yard (on the left) and Owl and matching striped was $5 a yard.

I’m thinking a skirt for me with ELASTIC waist for ME, as I can’t fit my clothes anymore and have ONE pair of maternity shorts, the rest of the maternity clothes is long…..

The owl fabrics I want to make a dress for Sonja- Surprise, surprise ;)

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BUT, first I had to do some quilt guild BOM testing! I’m ALMOST done, but this is what I have so far.

A cabin block, partly FPP

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an appliqued camper block (still needs more detail before I iron everything down and stitch it down

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a small star block that I actually REALLY like, wait and see :)

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Nuts and bolts

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Scrappy red and white/off white

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wonky scrappy strips

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D9P with Kaffe fabrics

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a fun cowboy boot (I used a Singaporean fabric that had a border print on it already)

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and my design wall with all the blocks so far

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And YES I did run out of bobbin thread right in the middle of an appliquéd block!


The kiddos played Row Row Row your boat on a roll of batting I had out to cut batting for my completed tops- so I’m starting to catch up on those too!

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Island Batik Button completed


margaret said...

plenty of blocks you have made here and what bargains you got at the fabric shop

Michele said...

That's some great progress recently.