I’m finishing projects right and left! Nom, nom, nom, finished projects — tasty!
This one is a little one:
Zavi went to a birthday party and needed a little something to hold the cash we were giving (the recipient and her friend are saving up money to buy a little house for the garden their families co-own). I had bookmarked this sock monster tutorial from 13th Street Studio. Add a miniscule garden rake and it’s perfect. I would however suggest using adult, or at least big kid, socks — little kid socks make a tiny monster.
I’ve also finished sewing together all the Sliced Quilt parts for the Texies project I organized. I’m not going to show it though, because we want to send it The Festival of Quilts in August. They have no rules against previously published works, but I thought it would be more fun to leave a little something to anticipation. (I still have to sew on the sleeve today.)
I’ve also finished two 12 x 12 Community quilts. I am beginning to love the small format. I thought I was done, but then had a brainwave a few days later and went ahead and tried it out. I’m not sure if I like it any better than the first one, but I’m glad I at least tried it. I’ll post my results at the end of the month.
I’m also done with my Quilted Chaos (local group) “Log Cabin With a Twist” challenge quilt. We’re showing them off tonight so I’ll post about that one later (ha ha, no peeking Deborah in Heidelberg!).