What I Made Monday with Pretty Piney

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Island Batik Ambassador April Challenge

Sadly, my week went off the rails and although progress was made, there’s yet more walking foot quilting to be done on the next Island Batik Ambassador challenge (a baby quilt made using the AccuQuilt Ready Set GO dies).

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Mask Challenge

I made lots of progress on the the Mask quilt for the Birds on a Thread art quilt group. Printing directing onto twill tape worked great!

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Upping My Embroidery Game

The Daily Embroidery Challenge with Rebecca Ringquist on CreativeBug has continued to pay off. I did manage to complete eight more lessons since last week, and only have the “flowers” section left. You can get the Drawing Stitches pre-printed sampler panel here.

What I Made Monday Embroidery

Plans for This Week

Baby quilt. Baby quilt. Baby quilt. After I get through today.

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6 Replies to “What I Made Monday (15 April 2019)

    1. Thanks, Nancy! I’ve really enjoyed learning all of these stitch variations. Printing on twill tape and ribbon was much, much easier than I expected–no printer adjustments or anything. You just use a word processing program to lay out the text how you want it, then print it on regular paper. Cover the lettering with double-sided tape. Put the twill/ribbon on top of the tape and run it back through the printer again. It worked great on my printer!

  1. I am loving that embroidery. Too bad that I have so many hand projects just languishing, I am totally smitten and hear that squirrel squawking at me.

    1. Oddly, I’m better about finishing hand projects before starting new ones than I am with machine projects–never thought about it before! I learned SO much from doing that sampler. Next up: beading!

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