Friday, June 14, 2019

ATC Friday


These three sets of cards are from my own starters - I made the background and people added to them. You never really know what you are going to get when you send things out into the world - that's part of the fun!






Tuesday, June 11, 2019

ATC Tuesday


These cards were made for a swap where the hostess stitched six small cross stitch items and sent them to the players, who had to incorporate them into cards - it was great fun to see how different people used the items- wish I could show that here, but I can only show how I used mine...






Friday, June 07, 2019

ATC Friday


These are all round robin ATCs (and AT Coins) which I was the third person to add something to. I added quite a lot to this first set, as they came to me quite plain (though pretty):



With this set, I added less, as they were fuller to start with. 



These I wasn't really that sure what to do with, but in the end, I think they worked ok. The bird sticker is gold and shiny, but didn't scan well. 


Tuesday, June 04, 2019

ATC Tuesday


These cards were made for a swap where the hostess sent the players some flashcards with terminology (medical and biological) on them. We had to use the word on the card, though it didn't have to be connected to the medical meaning of the word. I used some bird collages I had in my stash with interesting backgrounds and some words to make my cards.  My words were "hard"


"head"


"heart"


and "none".  I also had a few others I found harder to use ("childbirth", etc). 

Sunday, June 02, 2019

Scrappy blocks


Actually spent a little time sewing this weekend - miracle! I made some blocks using scraps from my strip bag, combined with a wider strip of black (or neutral) down the centre. Not sure what I'm going to do with them now, but it was nice to cut scraps and sew fabric.



Saturday, June 01, 2019

Remake for a friend


A friend of mine partly made this small baby quilt a few years back but never finished it. She now has an occasion to gift the quilt and asked if I'd be able to quilt it up for her (it was partly quilted with some very tiny SITD quilting) and bind it.

As I couldn't remove the previous stitching without damaging the fabric, I just left it and did a little all over loopy meander.