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Northern Sue 03-28-2020 06:13 PM

Oh my gosh! Those doll clothes are amazing! The detail is spot on!
this is such a strange time, and I would love to see what everyone is working on!

ube quilting 03-29-2020 05:10 AM

I'm really sorry. This round is one I'm going to miss. With the way things are in the world right now I completely forgot about the swap until my reminder came up.

Wishing everyone good health and safety through these hard times. I am looking forward to seeing everyone creations.

Peace

lawsonmugs 03-29-2020 09:50 AM

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Sue, here are a few more.I loved making the drop seat PJ's. Nurse was made for so many friends and family in the medical fields. I hope to have enough items to put in a local shop.I have made over 100 pairs of shoes. This shows a couple different stiles.

Blueridgebeverly 03-29-2020 10:25 AM

Mary! Oh my goodness — they are awesome. The shoes are unbelievably cute.

lawsonmugs 03-29-2020 11:44 AM

Thank you I love sewing them. and making the boots and shoes. The shoes are only 2 1/2" long. so they are tiny. I love miniatures, so it's no surprise to make these small items. lol. I would love to see what everyone else has been working on.

Northern Sue 03-29-2020 04:19 PM

wish you were closer!
 
These are awesome! What a talent you have! Those little shoes! and the drop seat! Probably only those of us of a certain age might remember those! :)



Originally Posted by lawsonmugs (Post 8373323)
Sue, here are a few more.I loved making the drop seat PJ's. Nurse was made for so many friends and family in the medical fields. I hope to have enough items to put in a local shop.I have made over 100 pairs of shoes. This shows a couple different stiles.


m-fay 03-29-2020 11:20 PM

Dolls
 

Originally Posted by Blueridgebeverly (Post 8373328)
Mary! Oh my goodness they are awesome. The shoes are unbelievably cute.

Mary they are awesome! How clever you are. I've Just busy blitzing. House yard and even the chook pen found lots things that need mending or finishing (Not including quilt ufos) I'm in the process of gluing together a porcelain doll I made years ago and it got dropped . It will definitely be a "look at only"doll now

m-fay 03-29-2020 11:25 PM

Dolls
 

Originally Posted by Blueridgebeverly (Post 8373328)
Mary! Oh my goodness they are awesome. The shoes are unbelievably cute.

Mary they are awesome! How clever you are. I've Just busy blitzing. House yard and even the chook pen found lots things that need mending or finishing (Not including quilt ufos) I'm in the process of gluing together a porcelain doll I made years ago and it got dropped . It will definitely be a "look at only"doll now

m-fay 03-29-2020 11:33 PM

Bowing out
 
Just been in to check. Yes I'm happy wait too. I just hope I don't run out of things to do.

ekuw 03-30-2020 11:27 AM

I have been following the thread, but decided not to participate in the swap this time. I have been able to piece, but not quilt. My main sewing machine (the one I do my quilting on) stopped working in January. It worked perfectly until it didn't...no warning at all. It turns out that it is the computer board. In addition to it being a major fix, the computer board is back ordered until the end of March. Well, that should be right about now and of course the store where I bought my machine and will have it repaired is closed as is every other non-essential business here in California. I have been piecing and in addition to the quilt I was half done on when my machine quit working, I have made 4 tops that will need to be quilted. I normally don't have UFO's I make a top, then quilt it before I move on to the next. Yikes! I have decided the next pattern I undertake will be more complex so it slows me down a bit.
Northern Sue, your Frolic block is beautiful. I have been considering doing Frolic as it definitely would slow me down. I haven't done a BH mystery yet even though I have saved the clues from her last three including Frolic. I like that you used a constant fabric and that is what I would do to, but I guess I just don't love the final product.
I am leaning towards maybe a Storm at Sea or a Burgoyne Surrounded.
Glad to read that all of you are staying safe and well and isolating as much as possible. Whenever life returns to something that resembles normal I will look forward to seeing the runners that you all have made and hopefully will be ready to participate in the next swap.


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