Sunday, November 27, 2011

Hats, hats and more hats.

With my boutique less than a week away I am starting to feel the pressure.
I have so many more projects I want to make for it, you know so much to do, so little time. My poor family will be getting lots of quick meals this week.
Here is the latest hat and just a few of the many headbands that I have made.

I have really enjoyed making the flowers for these headbands.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


As promised here is a picture of the Black, White, and Red Hat.
Having fun with the embellishments.

I went back and added a little more bling to this hat.
I think the crystals add a nice touch.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Sew Busy

I am really having fun making these cute hats. I wish my photo's did the fabric and colors justice.
I dusted the petals of the flower with a super fine art glitter, it is much prettier in person.
The hat on am working on now is a fun black and white print with a red accent, check back in a few days to see it finished.

Monday, November 14, 2011

So busy!

Wow, I have been so busy sewing that I just noticed it has been a while since my last post. 
Why is it that time goes by so fast during the holidays? November is already flying by.
I have been sewing like crazy for a  Christmas Boutique I am in on December 3rd.
One of the items I will be selling are these fun hats.
No more bad hair days with this beauty!

I am also making those cute fabric headbands, I figure with all the scraps I have, I could make them for a year and still have scraps left over. (I knew I was keeping those scraps for something.)
Of course I will be adding cute fabric flowers to those headbands.

I will also have lots of cute Christmas themed table runners.
Well, better get back to sewing!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Had a great class.

I had my Big Twist class on Saturday and it was a blast.
We had a fun group of ladies and I discovered that one of the ladies lives on my street. Wow, what a small world and now I have a fellow quilter just doors away.

Here is Ruth's finished quilt top. She is going to add an additonal border to make it a twin size.
You know your class is a success when the students leave the class room to buy more fabric for future quilts using the same technique.