I had a few projects on my to-do list for this month and I’m pleased to share with you that I did get quite a bit done. In addition to these projects, I worked several days at the Fabric Cafe Booth at the Pennsylvania Quilt Extravaganza. Not quilting, but a great deal of “Fabric Fondling” and meeting a lot of quilters!
Here is a summary of the projects on my September To Do List..
In my post earlier this month, I shared that I would be participating in an event hosted on Elm Street Quilts in which we identify One Goal that we wanted to accomplish this month.
I’m beginning to get some of my sewing mojo back. Still had several days running around this week, so didn’t get a lot of sewing done. Plans are to put in some stitching time this weekend.
We have a new baby in the neighborhood so I made two Burp Cloths. I figure you can never have too many Burp Cloths. They were a quick & simple project. Sorry, I forgot to take pictures.
I worked on the Choo Choo Quilt (OMG), stitching the blocks & rows & started assembling the rows. It’s going to be so cute! Block #1 only needed cutting while Block #2 required strip piecing and cutting to size.
Choo Choo Blocks 1 & 2, Fabric Cafe’s Porch Rail Pattern
Before I show you what I’m working on, I want to share my newest acquisition.
Look what I picked up on my way home from the Pennsylvania National Quilt Expo. As I mentioned yesterday, I had dropped my sewing machine off for a Spa Day while I was working the Quilt Show in Oaks, PA. I’ve been wanting these for some time, but this week they were on sale for 25% off, so I couldn’t resist getting them when I picked up my machine.
Teflon Pressure Feet
Do you know what these are?
Just look at all that fabric! Every roll includes 1 yard each of three different fabrics, all color coordinated and ready to make quilt top using one of the over 40 patterns available.
PA National Quilt Show Sep 14-17, 2017. Fabric Cafe Booth.