I present to you, another personalized cushion!
I did not reinvent the wheel - squares seemed like the easiest option - but I am pleased with the result. This boys favourite colours are red, yellow, and blue. I was surprised to find that I had enough scraps in those colours that were not flowery. I think the boy will like it!
As the November Queen Bee in the Canadians Quilt Bee, I asked my bee mates to make me sewing machine blocks. ANY sewing machine blocks. I finished a second sample, this time an appliquéd antique machine. Don't know if anyone will go for appliqué, but I think it will look great even if it's surrounded by pieced machines.
|Probably would not have hurt to iron that block...|
I received my first block and I have to say, this queen bee business is really nice!
And speaking about bee blocks, here is the arrows I made for the October Queen Bee. I don't think I would ever make a whole quilt with arrows - a bit time consuming for my liking - but actually very easy to make using this this tutorial.
|Just noticed they are pointing in different direction in the picture|
They may be small finishes but hey, I'll take them!
Linking up to TGIFF at Quilt matters.