Fun summer skirt

Well, here it is: my first hibernation project, the sew serendipity skirt. I love many things about it: I managed to use up most of the fabrics I had left over from my daughter’s dress, the colors are cheerful and…

My color wheel

My color wheel is finally done and this one is mine to keep. 🙂 I am very happy of how the quilting lines came out. I sewed them with color thread in the bobbin and invisible smokey thread at the top,…

Preparing for hibernation

I don’t know if it’s the winter approaching but I seem to be very much preparing for a winter sewing hibernation. For some reason I have been stocking up on patterns, ideas, fabrics, threads, as if once the cold weather…

Train tracks

Inspired by my last experience with free motion quilting I decided to search for designs that didn’t have either flowers or leaves. I thought if there was something like train tracks it would be very fitting for my son’s placemat….

WIP

Until recently I had no idea of what WIP meant, but after seeing it written a million times in the blogging world I found out it stands for Work In Progress. Well, let me tell you about WIPs. The pyjama…

Free motion quilting

This placemat was an attempt to use some of the fabric scraps I had around the house. My daughter chose the ones she liked the most (pink is once more her favorite color as you can see). Then I thought…

Done at long last

Finally the cushion has been made. Once the flower and border were assembled I decided to quilt lines that go all the way from the circle to the border. They are more noticeable in the photo below. I could have…