Friday, January 4, 2019

New Start


Happy New Year! I hope that there will be happy times in 2019. We are expecting our first Great-Granddaughter to make her appearance any day now! Officially due on the 10th, but as always with babies, they come when they are ready. I am not sure that I am ready to be a Great Grandmother, but at least everything looks like it is going well. 

Caveman Flower

I finally finished tucking all those darn threads on my Ricky Tims' class project! I wet it and blocked it before trimming. Still trying to decide about a faced binding. I don't think I have enough of the blue and I don't know that I would want the orange out on the edge.



Red bowl
Yesterday I went to the quilt guild sew day and wrapped cord for another bowl. I sewed it when I got home. I am happy with it. Happy bright color. Big enough to put a plant in.

I sorted through my quilting books again and culled some more off the shelves. I put them up on my Ebay. I also listed more cross stitch patterns. Great deals on some wonderful books and patterns. I am trying to get my books to fit on one shelf, so more culling will be happening in the near future, keep checking back. Thanks.

Linking to:

Lorna

Nicole

Emily

Beth

Judy

Beth

Nina-Marie

Myra

Anja

5 comments:

  1. Your rope bowl is wonderful. Thanks for linking up with Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday.

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  2. I love your projects. I think a blue that is a bit darker for the binding would work.
    Love the bowl color too.

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  3. Congrats on your soon-to-be new arrival! Your rope bowl looks great - the color is fantastic! Thanks for linking to MCM. :)

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  4. Nifty class project. Isn't there a binding/facing method that brings the fabric to the back so binding doesn't really show? I've never thought of using a rope bowl for a plant. Do you put a little dish in the bottom to contain any liquid that comes out after watering?

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  5. I love the rope bowl. Great color choice, especially to liven things up in the dreary winter months. Happy New Year!

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