It would seem that I am becoming a once a week blogger.
I can only blame that on lack of 'stuff' happening around here. Really, I do more sitting and hand stitching hexies or reading than anything lately. Oh, and baking, because there's something about having cake in the evenings that I simply can't resist.
I do have some finishes to share though.
I finished some dress orders - no pictures of the dresses, but trust me, I have one completed, one cut and on the go and one, well, ready to cut.
I am a sucker for scraps, and though I said no more swaps until after the baby comes, I just had to get in on the Scrappy Swap. We are trading a FQ's worth of scraps and a handmade item that's been made with scraps. I love that part - it really forces me to look at my own scraps differently and then create something worth giving from them!
I've seen Anna Maria Horner's feathers floating around Flickr and Pinterest and just knew I had to try one. This was the perfect opportunity.
I pulled scraps that had pinks and purples and blues and after a few tries, I this came off the ironing board.
And, I am proud to say, I resisted the temptations of my stash and did everything with scraps.
I turned the feather into a pouch. I am not 100% happy with how my zipper turned out this time. I skipped the fabric tabs on the ends and I regret having done that as it messed with my mind and broke three of my needles.
In any case, this feather pouch along with a good size FQ of scraps will be off to my partner next week. Oh, and there is a surprise in the lining...
As of this morning, I am also finished with my Stack n Whack quilt top. On Sunday, I saw that one of the friends I had attended this class with was already finished her top and that gave me the push I needed to finally get my act together.
Not a great picture, but really, taking pictures of quilt tops seems a little difficult to do alone. You get the idea anyway. I also had just enough of the purple fabric to cut enough for binding.
All that's left is getting a backing and bringing it in to the quilter.
Hehe, I say that's all that's left, but it might be a long time before that happens.