Sunday, March 4, 2012

PINK BETTY WAS A HUMMIN--

TODAY---
It was a productive day here--
don't know what got into me--
but 'looky' at this--
First--
now is this not a lovely 'picture'????
these little bits came from trimming these--
they are ready for another step as leaders and enders!!!

Then--
these got stitched into blocks--
had planned to maybe use these as leaders too--
but they were really too large and I did not want them sitting around--
so I just stitched them together--
they will get put- up for now--until I decide on what to embroider in the white centers--
I have one idea--will see!!!!

Then--
I got the other '7' of these stitched--
I am going to applique the handles down on them--
then on to putting them together into a dolly quilt top!!

Then--

These got designed and sewed together--
only had one done--so did the other '11' today--
had me a line-up going along like a factory for these today!!!


and --
this is all I have left--
so at least I did not run out of them--
these may go in the quilt yet==borders or something????


and--
remember these--
they are still be worked on--
they went from singles to doubles-
to 4 patches and now they are going to 8 patches!!!
still using them for leaders and enders when I don't have something else to use!!!!
and I have a pretty good idea what I will do with these-soooo!!!!!

Oh who is 'Pink Betty'--
my sewing machine, of course!!!!
 
And I had to laugh at the sun today!!!
 It would come out and shine--
then it would cloud over and do this--
and everything would turn white--
then 'he' would come out again--


and then it would cloud over --

 
the 'two' of them 'fought' all day!!!!!

Hugs, to all---
Di and Miss Gracie

 

4 comments:

  1. Wow - your machine must have been smoking - LOL! You've had quite a productive day -so many pretty fabrics. Happy stitching!

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  2. Wow! You were just sewing away today. Love all your projects. Especially the dresden blocks.

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  3. Well done day, Di! Must make you very pleased at the end of each day to see so much accomplished!

    Carol (NJ)

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  4. Your doing some great work there Di! I especially love your Dresden plate blocks, they are so inspiring, I'm itching to do some in our Quiltbee group soon, but we have to finish our current project first!

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