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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

My 100 Day Sewing Challenge #6

Oh my, did I ever have to scramble to get in even one day of at least 15 minutes of sewing this week!

But, I did it!!!

I have now done 16 of my 100 days of sewing!!!

Here's what I did ...


I stitched up the second pouch that I had cut out, I sure am glad they don't take long to sew up!


lying flat ...


... standing up ...


... a peek at the inside! 


What about you, what did you get stitched up this week?

patsi
She looketh well to the ways of her household … Proverbs 31:27





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13 comments:

  1. Alas, I'll confess, I've not kept up faithfully with this challenge but it did get me motivated to get started. I've cut out a few things and I plan to stitch some up today on this rainy day since I can't mow outside. Also I've received 3 orders for bed buddies from someone that has a monogramming business so we are trading services instead of cash. We both are making Christmas gifts. When I finish her 3 bed buddies I can get 3 Christmas gifts from her. That's 3 more things I can check off my list.

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    1. Janet, I love this and what fun you'll have picking out your 3 things!

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  2. I finished my grandson's light saber quilt. Photo is on my blog here:

    http://northwoodsramblings.blogspot.com/2017/08/so-grandma.html

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    1. Cheri, your light saber quilt is cool!!! You scored big grandma!!! I know your grandson is pleased.

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  3. Oops, I misspoke. It is actually just a pillow sham. But I am still happy with how it turned out. Thanks!

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    1. Cheri, I'm sure your grandson will like it regardless of whether it is a quilt or pillow sham!

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  4. I am on day 10 of sewing a little a day. I have several things to post pictures of...I am bad about doing this. Worked on quilt blocks this week. You are doing well Patsy and I love the little bags.

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    1. Judy, I will look forward to seeing the pictures! We may be working slow at times, but we're still making progress!!!

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  5. Pinned it! I want to make some pouches. These seem simple.

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    1. Laura, they are and work up quickly too!

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  6. We are home now after having 7 weeks in the caravan travelling around the countryside. The holiday is over and it's time to knuckle down and get my house and contents in order. I am going to try and manage to add this challenge to my day.
    I love those little pouches. I have made some similar in the past as make up purses for the girls in the family and I changed over to boys fabrics and made little pencil cases for them. They are such a versatile piece to make.

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    1. Welcome home Jane! I look forward to seeing what you stitch up!

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  7. Still making doll clothes. It's amazing to me what can be made from the smallest scraps. Love the little purses. Looking forward to what everyone is making. I will send a photo when I'm finished for you to see the pile of clothes on my dining room table.

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