Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Midweek Makers #235

Welcome back to another week of Midweek Makers! Did anyone do a ton of sewing because of cancelled gatherings, or did you gather anyway, 6 feet apart of course? For me, no gatherings, just more computer work, though I did manage to squeeze in making scrappy dark blue pinwheel blocks for RSC2020.

dark blue pinwheels for rsc2020

Carrying on with the blue theme, I saw these pretties at last week's party. 
From Purring Cottage, this house quilt,

from Kathleen McMusing, the Portland Headlight,

and from That Fabric Feeling, this paper pieced star.

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  1. No 4th of July celebration going on here at the farm, we baled hay! The pinwheel blocks are very pretty. Happy stitching!

  2. I do like those scrappy pinwheels. Nothing special here and not much sewing done as you will see when you visit my blog. Thank you for the linky party.

  3. I sure didn't do much sewing over the weekend. I napped and visited with my daughter. Sewing today, though!

  4. Sewing and I took a weekend break to read and relax at home with my husband. You continue to inspire me with your amazing use of the tiniest scrap! Beautiful pinwheels! They have such depth! :)

  5. Thanks so much for sharing my paper pieced star. I have some new ones to show this week. I'm sewing with some clients at work (I"m an art therapist at an assisted living facility) but sadly, I am not able to share their amazing projects. I come home tired but ready to do my own sewing. Luckily, this week I was able to dive into more paper pieced stars.


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