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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Sew, Sew Fun!

Last month one of our guild members gave a little workshop on how to make cathedral window Christmas tree ornaments. My first thought.... """yeesh! Ive seen these done and I will NEVER do that...." But I also think one should try something before they completely pooh-pooh it...(except for sky diving), so I bravely drove in to make one. In fact, since our group was so small, I took 3 little kits home to make. I made one, hmmmm fun, made two and by the time I was done with all 3, I had gone to the fabric store, purchased 20 yards of white background fabric, rummaged thru my scraps and am on the road to a whole quilt. As a sick matter of fact (this will slay you Luann), I have also purchased a big hunk of a pretty peach color for the background of my SECOND Cathedral window quilt.

Possum likes it too... When I showed it at our guild meeting Tuesday night, on gal was saying " so when do you know to stop??'' Haha! The neverending project!

This is the perfect project for evening tv watching and a take along project for trips and Bag Ladies! This could be as sick as my hexagon quilt, but maybe a tiny bit milder.


Luann said...

It is VERY CUTE, Kathy. And you are too funny! It's always fun to be doing something new...good for you!

krissybizz said...

Very pretty, Kathy. I tried one once, and couldn't figure it out enough to look good.

Mishkat said...

The ones you have completed look beautifully done! I have read about how to do them, but I doubt I'd have the patience for a whole quilt. The idea of a portable project is a good one, though.

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