After returning from a ten day trip to the East Coast I came home to the continued remodeling of our master bedroom and bathroom. Needless to say the studio time was severely cut short. I finally was able to take a couple hours last Friday and Sunday to get away from it all and spend some quality time sewing.
This little helper missed me and painting and work crews make her a nervous wreak. I had her pretty much attached to my side for the last week. If she can't lay on my projects then she is on my lap while I sew.
I finally was able to get her to exit the area and get a photo of my October Fat Quarter Quilt Along blocks. Only two more months to go.
While also doing some clean up after the Spicy Spiral runner I found a few left overs and decided to make a couple new mug rugs for our living room end tables. These 12 by 12 inch mug rugs are a little bigger than the normal size, but they are so nice. I made some earlier last month to coordinate with our new bed quilt. We liked them so much better than the smaller size that the living room got a bit of a mini face lift too.
How could you leave your little helper behind???!! I would be glued to your side, too - works crews, painting, and then you deserted me. Geez! I like the shot better with her in it - who needs to see what you're working on. HAHA I love the mug rugs - I like a bigger size, too, just for other stuff. ~smile~ Roseanne
I can't quite see the blocks for the gorgeous puppy!!ReplyDelete
Cute mug rugs...and pup, too!ReplyDelete
always love seeing what you are up to!!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love your mug rugs, and your "shadow" is pretty adorable, too!ReplyDelete
I like the idea of the larger mug rugs.ReplyDelete
fat quarter quilt along--now that sounds interesting.
Great use of leftover for the mug rugs - they look wonderful!ReplyDelete
:-) Cute pup, blocks, and mug rugs. Hope your remodel goes well and pup is calm by your side.ReplyDelete
Oh, your sweet helper! Our little guy gets nervous around a lot of activity too. I hope she has a calmer week this week! Love the idea of larger mug rugs, and those fabrics are fantastic!ReplyDelete