Wednesday, February 15, 2012

WOW

 Wow, is it Wednesday already?   I've been super busy the past week.

First some redwork (cheating by using machine embroidery designs).  I might just add these to my Just Take Two quilt - but won't know until the blocks are finished since it is a mystery.

I stitched out three beautiful designs.  I like the top one the best.





Here is my last weeks Just Take Two blocks.  And Yay - they even measure out the right size. : )

Next I worked on my Feb. BOM from The Quilting Ladies blog.  I don't know why I did this all in red.  I guess I had my just take two blocks still on my mind and just continued the color on through.  I was suppose to add some of my prints, but it will still work.  Thought I had done the block wrong, but now looking at the photo and pattern I see I just took my photo from the side view.  It is suppose to be turned the other way. Whew!

I've been working on a new product for my daughter.  
These wallets are still in the design stage, but we are getting close to the end result.
My daughter does all her own artwork for these.  
I love the little whippet design.


Here is Block 6 for the Sew Happy QAL .


And I already posted this week the sewing room re-organization Here
and the quick project "Little Patchwork" Here.

So that's my sharing for now.  Hope you enjoyed your visit.

Don't forget to visit Esther Aliu's Blog for more WOW's.




3 comments:

  1. These all look so good. I like the last red embroidery best but they are all very lovely. As is your take two blocks.

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  2. Lovely red-work blocks, Bunny sent me some cross stitch once and I did not realise it was done by machine, they sure have perfected the machine embroidery now days. You have been very busy and I also like the whippet. Cheers Glenda

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  3. I really love the Redwork embroidery blocks - which program/software? I am loving Just Takes 2 and so far have used 12 different red prints - what fun. Thanks so much for sharing your embroidered pieces. Judy C

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