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Shoreline, CT, United States
I would love for you to join me (a retired senior)in my zany crafting adventures with quilting (waaaaay too much fabric); scrapbooking (will I ever catch up?); redwork; counted cross stitch; crossword puzzles; reading; and cooking.

Thursday, April 22, 2021

THURSDAY SMALL SEWING

 
Front and reverse of
my table topper 
to be...

Using my hand dyed
center flower
along with 
a small piece of Asian
fabric on
either side and
leftover low volume
floral;

and, here, 
using my mini charms again 
along with that
leftover Asian fabric
and a small cut of the 
darker gray
↴↴↴↴↴

I don't know now which
I like better;)))

But...I am
Using up small pieces 
for
EARTH DAY
👵😍
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Tomorrow I will
layer and then
pin for hand
quilting...

Hugs underneath the falling snow
(yes, S N O W )
👹
Julierose,
La Blageuse
(using it up-euse)







8 comments:

  1. Happy earth day...love those small pieces, don't you??

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  2. Nice on your table topper...not so nice on the snow. We have our lovely snowball tree blooming..I like that better in April...although I am still freezing at 59 degrees. xo

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  3. Snow on earth day...OMG! Love your table runner. Since both sides are so pretty it can be reversible.

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  4. Very nice! I would love some of your snow. I know it would mean my wisteria blossoms would freeze but it would be worth it to get the moisture.

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  5. I love both sides of your topper.i would have to make two. Using these sides as fronts and muslin or something else for the backs. Just sayin.....

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  6. That's so pretty, Julierose! A fun little piece to work on. We all seem to keep getting snow - winter doesn't want to let go! Hopefully these April snow showers will bring May flowers.

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  7. I really like these, especially the gray one. They are a very cool way to use those pretty Asian fabrics.

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  8. What a wonderful way to mark Earth Day!! Such a nice way to use up those small pieces!

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