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Show and Tell 2016

Show and Tell 2016

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Lexy11/01/2016 13:44:04
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My first make of 2016 - new cushions. I love my sofas, very comfy, but that's an awful lot of brown/grey to put up with without a splash of colour. I've been hoarding this lovely bright Amy Butler fabric for a while now, happy to have found a use for it.  These are also the first cushions I've ever made so I was very relieved to find that the pads still fitted by the time I'd finished. laugh

~Lexy

Amy Butler fabric cushions

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Sylvia11/01/2016 14:12:43
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Clever towelSeascapeThey are really great Lexy, love that design with offset strips.

Here are a few little things I have managed to finish. Did them in a rush to show at our Palma Cosipatch group last Sat.

Xmas Runner

Finished the Christmas runner after the holidays! Towel thing is in use. It's a hexagon folded in half, so reversible and I like the seascape, it is on my sewing room wall.

 

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Katy11/01/2016 15:06:45
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These are lovely, well done Sylvia and Lexy. I love your cushions Lexy, and all three of your projects Sylvia. I've not seen a towel hanging thing like that before, is it stitched to the towel itself?

pamela jeffrey11/01/2016 16:16:14
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Lexy Love the cushions.nice and bright.

Sylvia Love the towel hanger I have some like this, but not has nice has yours. won mine in a raffle. Very useful

Is there a site to find the pattern

bye Pam

Tessa11/01/2016 23:14:46
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Love the cushions Lexy. My daughter gave me some Amy Bulter fabrics some time ago and I've been working through them making a different block with each fabric.

Sylvia, your towel hanger is really cute and I love the seascape and table runner.

Well done both of you.

Tessa x

Alison12/01/2016 11:43:33
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Lovely cushions Lexy.

Great items Sylvia, I like you picture best.

Alison.

Sylvia13/01/2016 18:17:49
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Thanks for lovely comments ladies. Yes the towel is gathered up to fit first and then sewn by machine onto the centre of the hexagon shaped holder.

Sorry, don't have a pattern or a website. We were just told what strips to take and then shown what to do. It is the standard way of making a strip hexagon though. I.e. sew the strips together, cut the wedges one way and then the other and then join them. The workshop fastening was a tab and button but I closed with two big press studs and added the hanging loop. As it is double sided it is reversible. Hope that helps.

quilt and patch13/01/2016 19:02:07
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Star wars quilt ( not quite finished) for son and fiancee.panel,other pieces added by qayg.Star wars

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Edited By quilt and patch on 13/01/2016 19:04:28

pamela jeffrey13/01/2016 19:11:07
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Like the quilt Liz

Lexy14/01/2016 11:11:02
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Thanks everyone for your nice words on the cushions.

Sylvia, I love that fabric landscape. I've been admiring how people are able to do such lovely pictures like that - I may have to seek out a class.

Liz, great star wars quilt, the framing around the panel really works well.

~Lexy

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