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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Cutting triangles..........

I had a lot of things to do yesterday that were time stealers so I only ended up cutting some fabrics, no sewing.  I cut a strip of fabric 8.25" wide and cut the triangles first, then the Bear Paw pieces at the top of the photo, and then more triangles out of the remainder of the fabric.  I need to cut light fabric next for the Bear Paw block.  I think I will use the same light fabric all through a block but each block might be a different light fabric.  I'll have to see how many light fabrics I can come up with in the Kaffe/Philip/Brandon/Martha fabrics. Today I need to sew a bunch of the preemie items for sewing circle tomorrow.  We will do the packaging of complete layettes at the meeting.

11 comments:

HollyM said...

Love that grey polka dot. You are lots better at avoiding those time stealers than I am. You seem to get lots done!

pcflamingo said...

Wow! I'm going to have to try a great neutral like that grey polka dot with some of my leftover Kaffe/Philip, etc. bits and pieces. Brilliant!

Terry said...

Me too, I love the neutral with your brights. Pretty

Nifty Quilts said...

I love this combination of warm and cool colors!

Angel and Kirby said...

The preemie project is so nice, WE know the new parents appreciate the gifts~

Elaine M said...

This polka dot is wonderful with the different size dots. Wonderful match with the Kaffe/Philip.

JJM said...

Truly your grey/white dots compliment and pull out even more beauty in your red fabrics. So pretty !

JJM

suemac said...

Have fun. So beautiful as usual.

Muddling Through said...

Looks like a great start to another beautiful work of exuberant art!

em's scrapbag said...

Love the grey dotty background!!!

rubyslipperz said...

Very fun fabrics combined with the grey polka-dot. I have some Kaffe and I should try this half triangle idea with polkas. Thanks for the inspiration =)

hugZ,
annie