Sunday, February 24, 2013

I've been a little cranky . . .

Crank, crank, crank . . . I'm in love with my Singer 99. This gal is 82 years old, (the machine, not ME!)  She sews amazing.  The quiet is mesmerizing.

The sewing began on Friday. 

I picked up this quilt fabric at the guild meeting last week. It was already cut into strips.  After I made it, I thought hey, piece of cake.  

So I dug into my fabric bins (yes I have more than one tote of fabric) and came up with the following: 

This didn't photograph near as pretty as it really is. The border fabric is tiny black and white hounds tooth print. I remember buying this butterfly fabric. I sent a fat quarter to my friend Cathy in Australia years ago. 

My friend Maggie gave me this map print along with yards of coordinating fabric. All I had to do was sew the border on. 

This kitten fabric was used to make a table runner for my cousin Dixie.

Four quilts in 3 days, one crank at a time. 

The top quilt is a donation for foster babies. I'm not sure what I'll do with the other ones.  First they will all have to be machine quilted.

It's all in a day or two of cranking!


Flat Creek Farm said...

Wow!! Nice projects for wintry weather. Those are so pretty, and I can't imagine all the cranks. Sheesh.. tough cookie you are, Osage Bluff Quilter :) Love them! -Tammy

Karen said...

You've been BUSY!!!!... lovely work here...

Deanna said...

Well look at you! You've definitely stepped back in time. Great projects.

Lise said...

I'm are very talented! One crank at at are funny too, thanks for the giggles.

GerryART said...

Thanks for the video, Patti. Loved it !