Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Love Entwined Part 12

The next section is complete and here it is.

It has been summer so I had a lot of porch time and vacation time to work on it.

 My granddaughter asked me how long I was going to work on this quilt.  I told her forever.

 I do believe I see it getting done though.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

New Scarf Knit

This is a scarf I pinned on pinterest.  Some people knit things and photo them so nicely it make me want to knit it.   
Here is my version.

 I used a Knit Picks fingering yarn, Palette.  It was something I had on hand.  I'm  trying right now to use up all my yarn that's laying around before I buy more.  

I repeated the pattern one more time than it called for.  I wanted my scarf a little bit wider.
Here is my ravelry link.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Table Decor for Fall

When decorating a table for fall, you start with a tablerunner.

 This is one that  I pinned on pinterest.  I just  used my own fabric and made it the size I wanted.  It is pretty basic and was very easy to put together.

 Once it's on the table, then you can add your fall centerpiece to it.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Carolyn's Quilt

This was a very enjoyable quilt to quilt.  Carolyn wanted cherries and leaves.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Adding to the Zoo

Adding to my menagerie, I have Clara the Bear.  She is from a pin that didn't come with instructions, so I figured her out.  

 She has a cute flower in her hair.

 Eloise is helping to hold her up.  She doesn't stand well on her legs.
This is Sophie Snail.

She does come with a free pattern.  Just make sure you have a translator on your computer.

 This little deer looks like he needs to eat more.  Maybe he's newborn.  His legs are wobbly.

 And my little blue giraffe.  I crochet all my animals with sport yarn to keep them a little smaller.

I think he is especially cute.  Ravelry Link

Friday, September 18, 2015

Tulips on Gingham

Here are some pictures of my latest finished quilt. 

The tulips aren't really on gingham.  That was the title in the magazine, but my fabric could almost look like gingham.

 I really enjoy doing applique, and this quilt was just that.  Very enjoyable.

 Because of the markings I had on the fabric, the quilt has been washed to remove them.  That is what gives it this look.

 The flowers and the leaves are all from my scrap stash.  Of course, it didn't make a dent.  My stash always seems larger after I take fabrics out of it.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Frosty the Snowman and Friends

Wall hanging or tablerunner?  It is mighty cute.

There is lots of hand stitched embroidery in this one.  Tiny beads also that I had to watch out for.