Saturday, March 28, 2020

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Rainbow Bird



I was looking for a bird-shaped pin cushion pattern when I found this tutorial. There were also instructions for turning it into an ornament, so of course that's what I did. This one is for a coworker's birthday, but I plan to make several more for Christmas!

Saturday, March 7, 2020

More Baby Doll Bibs

When Claire was about the same age Lucy is now, I made a couple bibs for her baby dolls. Lucy has waaay more babies under her care, so she needed more bibs. Fortunately, I still had the pattern I used. I think she will particularly like the princess bib since she loves Belle.



The princess fabric is left from the princess bags I made for them last year. The blue unicorn is from a doll quilt I made in 2015 and the other is from the fabric I used on the back of the unicorn doll quilts I made last year.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

2020 Goals

In 2019 I only completed one quilt, a low not seen since 2012. Thus, two of my goals this year are repeats of 2019.

Goal 1: Fox fabric


In 2019, I purchased different coordinating fabrics than the ones referenced last year, but this still didn't help me settle on a design.

Goal 2: Rainbow fabric


I have a bin of coordinating solids and prints all ready to go, just no design.

Goal 3: Cherries


I love cherry prints, so couldn't pass this up when it was on sale. I bough plenty of yardage, but while I have a few coordinating prints, I don't have enough of any of them.

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Flamingo Santa


This is a nightlight, so it's more of a decoration akin to the mini-fireplace from two years ago than an ornament, but I wasn't about to pass up something that lights up, was on sale, and was a shaped like a flamingo. I strung it with garland, attached some colored bulbs, and glued on a Santa hat, and despite this lack of much fabrication effort on my part, it is by far my most exciting contribution to the Ornament Exchange this year.
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