Friday, August 8, 2014

Hussif - Progress Update (or a late Work in Progress Wednesday)

Here is my progress on the hussif cover that I am working on. I don't know what I was thinking when I decided to do the mini cross stitches on the center patch, because that took me forever. At any rate though, I am happy with the progress.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Next project - Hussif

My next project is going to be a hussif. Here is what the front and back look like now.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Project for my sister

I finished the project that I was working on for my sister. I think I made great (and unique) use out of pieces of her wedding dress. She got married on Halloween, hence the orange and black color theme. Take a look.

She collects things with skulls, so I was tickled pink when I found these orange skull beads.

I had fun working on this project! My next project will be a hussif. 

Thursday, July 24, 2014

New Project

Well, I finally started CQ'ing again. My sister sent me her wedding dress to make something with, so I decided that I would make something cute for her. I'm going to keep it a little bit of a secret for now, so no pictures; but, I am sure that "it" will be adored. :)

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Lorrie's Tree Skirt Wedges and a Special Quilt

 Lorrie decided to do two completely different wedges for her tree skirt. The first one is purple and golds, and the other is traditional Christmas reds and greens. I really enjoyed working on these.

 Something that a few of us from WWCQ have been working on is a "Hug" quilt for a friend of ours that is having medical difficulties. There is nothing but love in this quilt!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Christmas tree skirt wedges

I finished several Christmas tree skirt wedges over the last several weeks. The first wedge shown is Leslie's. Her's is a unique shape.

The next wedge that I finished is Marie's and is pictured below.                                                            

Monday, March 19, 2012

Creative Slump

Well, I've been in a creative slump lately; my muse has definately left the building.

What is unfortunate about this is that I have a bunch of tree skirt wedges that I need to work on. I can't even think about doing more than a basic seam treatment. But even deciding what seam treatment to do where is becoming a chore.

What do you do to break out of your creative slump? I really need to get out of this.