2.01.2010

process

I've been dying to make one of these for a long while.  I already have the person in mind for whom this would be perfect.

schematics

The fabric selection has been made ••

cutting

and cut ••

selectiong

now to get busy...

14 comments:

  1. You are so organized! Can't wait to see the finished product.

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  2. I don't know what your making but I love the fabric choices!!

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  3. Oh its lovely so far :-) Seeing it on graph paper makes one think it CAN be done! I look forward to seeing more!

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  4. Oh thanks Sarah, I dont always work that way but Im learning that with quilting a little prep goes a long way to avoid costly mistakes.

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  5. speaking of fabric choices, Ive been to ask you what colours you are decorating with (or if you prefer, your favorite colours) ?

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  6. Im crossing my fingers and toes that it will work out...it looks basic enough she says with a quiver of doubt in her voice.. ;)

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  7. don't know what happened to the punctuation in the previous reply but it should all be there...bad grammar must really bug this homeschooling mumma.

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  8. wow, you ARE very good, writing and counting and cutting everything like this... I usually have little pieces of paper around with my measurements and then get confused, and then have to cut it again due to using the wrong measurements. how clever you are to do it properly!
    Kristina

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  9. That is a gorgeous combination of fabrics. Looking forward to seeing how this comes out.

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  10. Kristina,
    Believe me, I've worked plenty of projects the way you are describing. I'm trying something different and it's all new to me but so far, so good.

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  11. love the pink and orange ... a favourite color combo for me lately ...

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