Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Take a bow!

I am taking a bow for my finishes and here are some pictures to prove it did happen.
 This runner was a class given at The Cloth Castle for their Christmas tea and what fun we all had.  I dug deep and pulled out some Laurel Birch fabric for this project, don't you just love her happy colors.  Miss you Laurel.
 Another Christmas themed fabric using my colors.
 A mug mat of leftover strips from the  Figgy Pudding line I used.
 Above is a coaster that I finished and one that is in the process.  Yes, I challenged myself to use up these fabrics and I did a pretty good job.
This is one of two placemats that I might let my hubby use, watch those crumbs please.
 There are a dozen placemats here and that should be how many people at my Son's dinner table for the Christmas chow down.  Now those are  the flattest snowmen I've ever seen.
 I've added some hand stitching with metallic thread and so far so good.
Who doesn't love a Snowman, especially one that attracts birds!
This Angel wall hanging will be for my Mom who lives in her own suite in a Seniors Lodge.  They are her colors and she likes sparkle and this has it for sure.  
I have some flannel in the dryer and am hoping for a cuddly lap quilt to be miraculously finished for Christmas.  Maybe not this year but in quilter lingo, there is always next year. 

1 comment:

paulette said...

Somehow missed this post!! Wow you have been busy!! Your mom is going to be thrilled with her gift from the heart!! And the snowmen place mats are adorable! Good for you!