Tuesday, 26 November 2013

A Different Kind of Sewing?

I rediscovered my sewing machine today. It seems like ages since I sewed with it. Hand stitching has predominated around here. But I am determined to have my Christmas quilt finished in time for the holidays so I planted more trees at my Christmas Tree Farm.


And while I stitched I decicded on what I should do once all these triangles are together. Sashing? Borders? Or something completely different? You'll find out soon enough.

Susan

25 comments:

  1. This is going to be a cutie..

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  2. I've got an idea, but I can't tell you, it's a secret! ;o)

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  3. Looking lovely - can't wait to see what you're going to do next!

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  4. I guess something complitely different - can't wait to see your idea! Looks beautiful! x Teje

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  5. Lovely - these are possibly my favourite christmas fabrics ever too!

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  6. Looking lovely and Chrismassy! Jxo

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  7. Lime/Chartreuse Aqua Grey and Red...Love it.... and whatever you do to complete it... you'll produce a winner...always do!

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  8. I think you need to add Rudolph next :oD

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  9. Lovely trees Susan - surely you must be a carbon neutral crafter with all the trees you have planted!

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  10. Curiosity is killing me. Pretty tree farm.

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  11. Who knew you were a farmer? Please do DP circles all around the farm...like massive baubles.

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  12. Oooh I'm hoping for something completely different :D

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  13. What Katy said: i fully agree!

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  14. I'm curious to see what you'll do, but it will look great I'm sure. Such happy colors!

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  15. Fantastic trees! I thought immediately along the lines of Cindy... A bauble border!!

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  16. Cute! Looking forward to seeing what comes next.

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  17. some beautiful patterns in there

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  18. Love the fabrics you used, Susan! It's gonna be a really pretty quilt no matter what you decide on border and such.

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  19. Loving this! Wondering now how you will finish... please don't keep us in suspense! :o)

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