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Friday, September 3, 2010

Friday Sewing or was that supposed to be cleaning.


I can't believe it is Friday already. Aren't you glad we live now and not in the days when Friday was the day for cleaning
Last Friday at my sewing day I decided to make a table runner using my floral scraps and a few plains thrown in for good luck.

The idea was to add a border or two. Some stitchery and I would have a new table runner. It seems to have run away from me.

I am still working on it but I now think it will be a table cloth. Sunflowers and Ladybirds are ready to be appliqued onto it. I will be doing some machine embroidery to it as well. The good thing is I haven't needed to purchase anything. Finding bits and pieces of material and using up the small pieces of embroidery thread make this a great project. I am designing it as I go along,after all it did start out as a table runner.
I hope everyone has a great weekend and I will be back on Monday with "What Makes Me Happy Monday"
Enjoy your weekend.
Bev C


Tarnyia said...

Bev it looks lovely and cant wait to see the finished project xxx

Sue said...

Looks like it's outgrown being a runner LOL! I love your mix of colours.

Jen said...

Oh it looks lovely Bev!! Can't wait to see it finished! I know what you mean about the week passing so fast, I thought it was just me ;)! You have a great weekend and I am looking forward to make me happy Monday too!
jen xo

Sweet Cinnamon Stitches said...

Lovely table runner/cloth Bev...also a cute little redwork Friday girl.

Nat Palaskas said...

Using what you have on hand to create with is the best. I like how you design is as you go. It looks lovely. Hugs Nat

Sally said...

I love redwork so much!

Lynda said...

Love the ladybird fabric.

Terriaw said...

I just love those little embroidered words in the border of your fabulous patchwork! What a great idea to fill the border like that! Great redwork stitchery too! Always loved those projects

Cubby House Crafts said...

Very cute redwork girl Bev!
Lisa ʚϊɞ

Unknown said...

I'm so glad you left the cleaning , this is much more fun !

Jossie said...

I can still smell the scent of wax ... LOL.
Great table cloth Bev. So much better than cleaning.

Pauline said...

Your latest creation is lovely, Bev. I just don't know where all your ideas keep coming from. Don't you ever get stale, have days when you can't think of what to do next?
Love the little red lady!

Simone de Klerk said...

What a lovely table runner, Bev! I love how you stitched those names around the border. So original!
Have a lovely week.