A creative mess is better than tidy idleness. ~Author Unknown
Any day spent sewing, is a good day. ~Author Unknown
I love sewing and have plenty of material witnesses. ~Author Unknown

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Do You Wanna See??

Oopsie has made herself at home in my sewing room and is into everything.
We started with these cool fabrics and the apple core templates.

She helped me cut a big stack - made so easy with those templates.

We dressed them up.


Then sewed into fours.

A gorgeous snuggly quilt all done in time for spring.

All in a week spent in the sewing room - Yippee!

Happy Crafting in your favourites Space.
Mistea

13 comments:

Cathy said...

This is AWESOME, Mistea!!! and I still say I wouldn't be any good at curves :( Nice to see Oppsie is enjoying the sewing room :)
Happy Spring to you!!! ♥♥ We, here in the states are excited about Fall getting closer. I think everyone is sick of the heat!!
Hugz,
CJ♥♥

Cynthia L. said...

Hey, I sure could use a helper like that! I really like the quilt.

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

Great design, I admire your energy! :)

Sherry said...

Love the pattern and the fabrics! Your quilt is really gorgeous!

Sherry

Aunt Pitty Pat's Fun said...

Wow how pretty... You are just a sewing up a storm :)I love the fabrics that you used in your quilt and the little Oopsie is still to adorable to stick pins in her!! Thanks for sharing :)
M

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

Your apple core quilt looks fantastic! I love these style of quilts.

racheld said...

How absolutely charming---I did not see that coming when I looked at the pieces---it's curvy and sweet and all those scrumptious colors! Apple cores of all things---we could take a lesson from that, how they mesh and merge and all make one pretty picture.

I have not a craft-worthy gene in my makeup, but I SO love seeing the art from other people's hands.

rachel

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Love your fabrics and that quilt is adorable!!!

Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage said...

Such a cute pattern and color choices.
I remember my first bed quilt was a grandmother's fan. I started trying to sew the curves and had a terrible time. I had no one to teach me; so, I had to figure it out myself. (Pre-you-tube)

I told myself that I may not be good at sewing the first dozen or so, but I'd be good by the time I had made over a hundred!

I'm new to your blog.

I'll be back!

Laura

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The Clip Cafe said...

That is brilliant!!

Seams to Sew and Quilt said...

The little snuggly is so cute.

Char said...

What a great idea and I bet, fairly fast construction, too.....
Nice blog you have and I read where you DO have a Hancocks to go search for the owl fabric..lol

happeningswithLana said...

Love the pattern! So cute.