Wednesday, January 31, 2018

My 100 Day Sewing Challenge #25

This week I got in 4 days of at least 15 minutes of sewing each day, this puts me at 71 days!!!!

Here's what I got done ...

Clue #4 in the mystery quilt I'm doing ... 
I'm so close to having it done that I'm giving myself credit for it this week!

Those little red clips are the handiest little things for holding the clues together!




I also stitched up 3 more pillowcases. They are 'vintage' and to me they just scream for a crochet edging, so I'll be crocheting an edging on each.


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10 comments:

  1. Patsy I'm loving those vintage pillowcases. Would be beautiful with crochet edging. I'm so excited I was gifted a big box of fabric today. I'm thinking there will be a few pillowcases in the mix myself!

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    1. Vickie, So thankful for gifted fabric and those who gift it to us!!!

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  2. Gorgeous pillowcases, Patsi!!

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  3. I ordered some of those clips for Christmas and I love them.

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    1. Out My Window, I love them too, they are so handy.

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  4. I bought five vintage pillowcases once from the Op Shop for $1 for the lot! Quite amazing. Obviously those who were sorting the donations didn't realise that 'vintage' was now very popular. I have some curtains half made which I really need to get finished sooner rather than later. You are doing well with your sewing challenge, Patsy.

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    1. Nanna Chel, that was quite a find, it's getting harder and harder to find vintage items at thrift stores because it is so popular.

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  5. Did you say VINTAGE? You know how I feel!! Love it. I actually was experimenting with crocheting an edge on a small quilt. I am going to embroider a blanket stitch around it and go from there.

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    1. Gloria, I actually did think of you when these vintage pieces of fabric were gifted to me!!! I love crochet edgings, their the reason I taught myself how to crochet! I almost always start with a blanket stitch when crocheting edges.

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