what do you think? Sort of 'giant crumbs'. Now I have to see if the pieces I have in mind are big enough and if I have enough gold for the heart, it is called "Hearts of Gold" after all.
I also finished the last 7 pillowcases for my friend's pillow case drive for the Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA. I posted more about it here.
The top princess one (the upside down one with the pink ribbon trim) is going to my daughter since I promised her her choice of the princess ones. At least she picked the one that I sewed together with the princesses standing on their heads! I love the Aunt Lindy's Paper Doll ones, I used up the scattered clothing fabric I had for the cuffs and bought the yardage for the bodies in the clearance section of the LQS. It is an older line and I was lucky to find it - I thought I might have to make do with a plainer pink or blue. The ones below are the set I finished on Friday. So I have 12 cases to send to Sara for the collection she is making in celebration of her daughter's (too short) life. Hopefully her collection for the hospital will help to cheer other children who have to spend too much time there.
Gee, I haven't done this much sewing in many weeks... can you tell I am procrastinating! Back to work! If you have some time check out the other great quilt designs swimming around over at Patchwork Times' Design Wall Monday.
love the wonkie heart in the wonkie star...may have to borrow that and turn it into a table runner?? Golds and Greens for Christmas. I think you started something thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Love the design graph paper :) And will you look at those pillow cases, super cute. Someone is going to have sweet dreams sleeping on those!ReplyDelete
I love your idea for the back of your crumb quilt. That is perfect. Can't wait to see it. Also, your pillowcases are soooo pretty. I'm trying to make 52 by June 2013 for our Children's Hospital here. I'm only on #8, but I just started in Sept.ReplyDelete