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Thread: What are you working on this week?

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    Super Member Favorite Fabrics's Avatar
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    What are you working on this week?

    Are you starting a new project, or finishing up old ones?

    Or maybe attending graduation parties, and not sewing at all?

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    In my neck of the woods it is going to be HOT , and more HOT. So yes this time of year I love that my sewing room is in the basement where it is so cool. I will be working on various projects.. mostly building my inventory for a craft show.
    What are you working on?

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    I am trying my hand at curved piecing - I found this great pattern from the Dresden challenge - so I wanted to try it - those bias edges are difficult - it looks interesting but I have a lot of puckers - its a learning experience.

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    A shop hop kit from a couple of years ago that I just got at an estate sale. It is made with Hoffman metallics and coordinates. Easy blocks and lots of extra fabric. I am also finishing up a flange pillow.

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    Attaching the borders to a neutral Patches and Pinwheels quilt top as well as a Kaffe Fassett "S" block quilt.
    I have chosen to be happy because it is good for my health - Voltaire

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    Working on a mystery quilt BOM, quilting my nephews quilt and going to his birthday this weekend. And the normal house cleaning this weekend

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    I'm hoping for rain so that I can get the last three blocks of this scrappy Stepping Stones done and finally clean the house!
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    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    I'm finishing up something that needs to be done, but I've lost my enthusiasm. It's an Eleanor Burns Lover's Knot - King Sized. The top came out really nice. I love the colors (yellow, gold and greens) i was going to make it as a duvet cover, so I just lined the top with muslin and am using a decorative stitch outlining the knots. I didn't pin it enough so it looks sloppy in spots. Not one of my better efforts. However, I think it will look ok once completed. It's going to be my Summer cover.
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    I'll be finishing projects for patterns. I have both patterns designed and written, I just need to complete the projects to go with them.

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    I might take my scraps out front on the porch and cut them down to strips and squares- something simple since we are so HOT again - Might also start cutting out another top -hhhmmm decisions, decisions..... LOL
    To keep your mind fresh- learn one new thing a day !

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