Wednesday, 22 January 2014

A whole lotta making going on...

A happy day started with mail, my swag from Jessie and the #greatukfabricdestash arrived shortly after the school run...


... lots of lovely huge scraps that I am going to have fun with, and I even used some for the first thing on my list today, Bee Blessed blocks...





... apologies, shockingly green photos, but I was on too much of a roll to stop and look and now they are parcelled up.

I then pieced a lovely big secret, sorry, and then my final 6 for the #economyblockalong mini...


That's my 42 all made - laying them out on the lounge floor is a job for another night, because this evening I was engrossed in Harry Potter v2.  The front cushion panel is now made, the back is sorted, and I just need to sew them together...


So I would say that's a good day, a long day, but plenty to show for it; let's hope my mojo doesn't go into shock!

19 comments:

  1. Blimey, you're efficient! I have.. ermm... cut out another one block's worth of fabric for my economy blocks. Go me.

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  2. Jeez, I wish I had a quarter of your energy! Scrummy blocks xx

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  3. Lovely blocks and another fabulous Harry!

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  4. You got through a lot today! Thank you for the bee blessed blocks, they're lovely! I love the sewing shears fussy cut in you economy block.

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  5. Oh, envious, fabulous swag!

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  6. You're on fire! So loving the froggie and chicken blocks and your bee blessed blocks are v. pretty!

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  7. Wow! A productive day indeed! Did anyone get tea tonight? Thanks for the gorgeous BB blocks! Jxo

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  8. Fabulous fussy cutting and Harry P is a marvel!

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  9. So the question is, is Harry staying this time, and has he been duly measured?

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  10. You are on a roll! Love the economy blocks, especially the one with the driving dog!

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  11. Harry is gorgeous! What about Ron?

    Love it all Hads - no surprise there!

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  12. You are obviously in Superwoman mode at the moment, all power to your elbow :)

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  13. Looking forward to what the scraps will be turned into :) glad you will be making better use of them than I did!

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  14. Gorgeous swag, and makes, you're on a roll, but what is with everyone and all of the secrets, it's like half the blogging world has gone into secret squirrel mode! ;o)

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  15. Tease us with secrets. I don't know! Can't wait to see your economy blocks together x

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  16. Lots of lovely fabric, lucky thing! I am looking forward to seeing all of your economy blocks together, I really like the fun one with a pink rooster on it.

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  17. I love a good day when I have lots of time to sew . . . you got so much done in yours . . .great job!
    Love all the pretty fabric, too. You are going to have so much fun with that.
    Come over and get your name in the hat for my latest Give-A-Way,
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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  18. Wow, I wish I could get as much done as you can!

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