About my header

My shed is my header by my son Darrell, He painted the Robin for me and said that it reminded him of me. Because Robins use other birds nest and if there is an egg in it, they will take care of it just like its their own. He said thats what I do, I have always taken care of others in need of a home when I come across someone in need. Isnt that Sweet, I had told him I wanted a bird and this is the one he chose. Robins have solid blue eggs which are the symbols for him and his brothers and the speckled egg are the others I have taken into my home. It was very touching to me because he researched his piece, He is a true artist and has lots of great jobs. my neighbor had hers done to

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Sunday Stash post link up with Blossom Heart Quilts

SUNDAY STASH AND SEWING REPORT......http://blossomheartquilts.blogspot. Linking up with Blossomheart Quilts.. I had never heard of this linking report but it sounds easy and fun enough and you can win some fabric, Which I am always game for and Since I want have a post until probably Wed for my Holiday Pillow .. So here is the Scoop...
Made my Granddaughters several Pj's.. from the Scrubs pattern

I want to make this for Me but I am using some printed Mermaids.. 

I want to use this Pattern from Call me Betsey Next week for the Sew along and use the Seven Wonders fabric below


Making my Ornamental Quilt
I have this Gorgeous Bundle and Cant decide what to make with it.. Any Suggestions?????????? I will share my scraps with you if you come up with an idea, its half yard bundle, its voile fabric, thin and extremely soft. Gorgeous colors.
Working on a Long Cabin Quilt for my Granddaughter Emma Christmas Quilt. 

linking up also with SUCH A SEW AND SEW
for prizes all of November finishes... 

6 comments:

  1. I hear voile fabrics make really nice scarves! Although that would only account for a little of the pile of deliciousness, haha. Thanks for linking up!

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  2. Lots of lovely fabrics there - looks you you have lots planned!

    I love your header and the story behind it - how lovely of your son!

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  3. Yes I am not familiar with voile but perhaps a light summer patchwork skirt. I like your selection for your grand daughter s quilt. Lovely to have you link up.

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  4. The only time I've used voile was to make some infinity scarves! it was lovely to handle - if you had longer cuts it would make a lovely shirt!!

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  5. I would cut the legs off a pair of old jeans and then make tiered skirt out of those fabrics and attach it to the jeans top. A very trendy and cut skirt. Enjoy those lovely fabrics.

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  6. I see a small crib quilt. It would be beautiful.
    ncjeepster at aol dot com

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