Right on! Cutting from the leftovers, too. :) Very little waste. I know you like that.
Can't waste any of that KF gorgeousness... you GO, girl!
I can see how some people might start to cut up there whole stash in triangles and other shapes and be done with it!Karenhttp://karensquilting.com/blog/
Watching you do all that GO cutting has made me decide that I will go to the studio and do the same. I have a couple of ideas and I'd best get started on them.
This fabric reminds me of the fabric that covered my 3-ring binder in 6th grade (which was WAAAAYYY back in the 1960's).
Hi Wanda,Glad you are able to sneak in some "you" time around the schedules of your company.You know you are an enabler, don't you? That Liberty of London fabric (last post) is verrrry tempting, and on sale! Hmmm...I agree, all of summer should be like the last week or so we've had. Loved it.Vicky F
That scrap is beautiful - such lovely colours!
I see you are putting your new Studio cutter to good use! They had the Bread and Butter Studio package on sale last week but I am still trying to decide which dies I would use the most. I had even considered getting the 'one' design per die and now I see that you have one of the 'one' triangle dies there. Am I right?Do you feel you spend a lot of time fiddling with the fabric and getting ready to cut? Just curious!
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