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Thread: Saturday Sewing

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by patchsamkim View Post
    Is anyone spending at least part of the day sewing today?
    I have been so busy lately, and finally have a free weekend.
    Cleaning and laundry are waiting for tomorrow.
    I did some work around the house this morning, but
    this afternoon I have been spending sewing. Needed to '
    take a quick break to give my eyes and neck a break.
    Am working on some Christmas presents for family and
    friends.

    Hope others are finding time to sew today too!
    I'm making a sweatshirt jacket for my older DD's neighbor girl. It's going to have a woven fabric edge on the fronts, two different sized yo-yo's and 4 folded diamond patches. Got all the fabric cut-------------still have not decided on what color sweatshirt to use. DD thinks hot pink or teal and I'm leaning toward forest green.
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    oh and making a super easy glasses case (more a protector) for my reading glasses in my purse.
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    Sewing blocks together for my double wedding ring.

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    Been making my meatballs and sauce to freeze for three Christmas family dinners. Trying to get a jump start on the holidays. I'm done now and need to embroidery a label for a quilt and finish some Winding Road blocks. I can't wait to get to my sewing machine.
    Kathleen

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    I worked on Judy Niemeyer's Indian Summer quilt pattern. I got the center section together and was somewhat disappointed in the look. Then I layed out the 120 piece border and WOW! Now the quilt looks great. Fun day for me.
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    I actually finished up 10 pillowcases I had started. Will work on BOM tomorrow.
    Joyce

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    Sounds like lots of us got to do some sewing or quilting. Thanks for sharing what you did today!

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    I've spent most of the last to days at machine embroidery classes. Figured since I have all my Christmas presents bought and wrapped ready for delivery next week, that I could have time for classes and enjoying myself.
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    Yes, finished a small wallhanging that is a Christmas gift for my Sister. Friday I finished my 12 Days of Christmas Wallhanging. Had an 18 item unfinished list. I Eliminated 2 off the list. So now only 14 to go!! I need a Tee Shirt that says "Queen of Unfinished Projects"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyl View Post
    I was working on a wall hanging for a gift till I sewed thru my finger. ouch. So, I quit for awhile and now watching OSU vs. WI. football.
    I was sewing and watching the game, too. I did age about 100 yrs watching that game - and it's a good thing that i had my grays covered last weekend, because I'm sure that i got about 100 more gray hairs, too!!!!

    I'm making this quilt that takes about 25 min to make each block....I don't know why I figured that out, and kinda wish I didn't know that bit of info??? LOL!!
    my name is becca and i'm a quilt-a-holic :-)

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