I had cut and started to piece the top when I just knew I was not going to be happy with it. So I did some quick online looking, drove to Joann Fabrics, found the fleece throw kit and purchased it. When I got home I decided to trim the edges with a pinking rotary blade and leave it as one layer. She wanted it for wrapping up in when she's watching tv, and two layers would make her too warm. So, it was a quick finish. I now have these pieces to use in another project.
I also took some time experimenting with Silk Fusion. I really enjoyed the process. Here are my first 3 pieces. I have to decide just how I will use each of them. I won't be using them in anything that would need to be laundered. I'm thinking prayer journal, art piece, hmmm.
I decided to unravel my crocheted piece and wind the yarn into balls for future use.
And the child size quilt top is waiting for quilting.
All the other possibilities, well, not finished but progressing.
Today my kitchen is being measured for updating. Hope to have that finished by mid January.
We may have some company between Christmas and New Years. This is something that I would truly enjoy. I never have enough time with my loved ones.
I first thought, 'gosh, I don't have much to blog about this month'. Then I realized how busy I've been with family events, concerts, meetings, get-togethers, gift shopping, wrapping and then shipping everything out.
It 'was' a productive month.
May God bless you all with a Christmas Season filled with wonderful memories.