Quilty Projects for the Week.

I love finding quick Quilty Projects on the web to make when I need a finish.  This I found is a book cover or anything else you want to protect, like an E-Reader.  Of course you can change the dimensions to make it larger or smaller as required.


The inside below. It is a great way of using up larger remnants of fabric you have left from other projects.


I also made three of these :

Again using up remnants of fabric and these drawstring bags are great for when you go away on holiday to keep things together in your bag/suitcase.


Here is a sneak peek of our friend’s 50th Wedding Anniversary quilt.  I just need to get it sandwiched and then quilted.


And here is a sneak peek at the Baby Quilt for our friend’s daughter who is due in October.  Again it needs to be sandwiched and then quilted.


I have broken my walking foot which I am annoyed about, especially as most of it is metal except for the casing where the guide bar goes which is plastic and the two bits which hold the guide bar in place have broken.  Of course it is the most expensive of all the Janome feet!!!!!  I am hoping to get a new one soon.


I don’t know if I showed you this but Youngest bought it for me for Christmas last and I just love it.  It was too nice to put away so it now sits on the door handle of Eldest’s room.


Treacle has finally come in fromt he garden and the only reason she has is because it is dinner time!!


Here she is queuing for her dinner!!!

I hope you are all having a terrific Tuesday.

Hugs, Susie xx

3 thoughts on “Quilty Projects for the Week.

  1. farmquilter

    Love the fabrics you chose for the anniversary quilt – that gold just glows!! The baby quilt will be adorable…looking forward to seeing pictures of both after they have been gifted! Adorable heart…could you hang it on your ironing board for pins there? Of course, it is perfect on the door handle of your quilting loft too! It is dry outside, so at least you don’t have to clean feet every time Treacle comes in – yay!! I have a Janome too…cost about $65.00 for my walking foot! I need to sell all the extra feet I have for my Bernina that I never use…maybe I could finance a trip to England with what I would get for them!!!

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