What a lot of sewing

9 Jul

Well I must say I feel like I had a very productive quarter, not everything is ticked off my list but I made a good effort!

1. City Gym shorts for Leah:

I ended up making 5 pairs of these! 4 for Leah and 1 for Bethan.

So this is the pair that were on my list; you can read more about them here:

City Gym Shorts

And the rest of these are pyjama shorts for the warmer weather, Leah has pretty much worn one pair or other every night:

City Gym Shorts - pyjamas

These are all made with flannel

City Gym Shorts - pyjamas

And to speed up the sewing time I used ready made bias binding:

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2. Western Shirt for Leah:

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Blogged here.  Not my favourite make ever but she loves it, so it’s a win.

3.  Modern Plus Quilt for Siblings Together:

Parson Gray Modern Plus Quilt

Blogged.

4. Triangular Parson Gray Mark 2:

Triangular Parson Gray mark 2

Blogged here.

5.  I collected in 323 Home Sweet Home blocks for Siblings Together, along with 2 quilt tops.  I fortunately managed to pack a large number of them up along with wadding and/or backing to volunteers around the UK.  I pieced 5 quilt tops and finished 4 quilts:

HSH quilts for Siblings Together

Blogged here and here.

6. Winterberry Quilt – fabric and pattern ready but no progress, good job we still have six months until Christmas!

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7. Scrappy log cabin blocks: I’ve made good progress on these, actually getting them to a consistent finished size (9″) and I now have 79 (2 of which are 4 mini ones stitched together to make a 9″ one) of them which is more than enough for one quilt. I have reduced the amount of scraps in my possession and plan to keep going until I have enough blocks for 2 quilt tops.

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TBC.

8. Hazel Hedgehog – complete!

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Blogged

9. Divided Basket:

Divided Basket

In daily use, blogged here.

10. Big Butt Baby Pants – 2 pairs finished in time for my nephews birthday:

Big Butt Baby Pants

Blogged

11. Pillowcase – made and well loved:

Origami Oasis pillow case

Blogged.

12. Lengthen a bag strap – one of those simple tasks that kept getting put off:

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Blogged
The best thing is I now use this bag all the time.  It also probably proves it is worth putting those little WIP’s on the list.

13. Paper pieced shirts – no progress

All Shirt swap

I’m fairly sure that the next quarter won’t be so productive especially as I’ll have 3 children on 6 weeks of summer holidays! But first I need to make a list to work on!

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