If you're keeping up with my Scrap Quilt Challenge for 2019 you probable noticed that I haven't posted a scrap quilt for August. I have a quilt started but not finished. I also have a quilt started for September. It's really difficult to stick to the challenge when there are so many other sewing projects I like doing. So that you know I've at least been sewing this summer I thought I'd show a few of the projects I've stitched.
I'm not just a quilter, I also sew garments. I've been collecting patterns from a few Indie Designers. I started with collecting 100 Acts of Sewing patterns and that put me on the path of other designers. I stitched 2 Aprons, 1 Dress, 2 skirts and a top. My latest Apron was Debby Brown's Reversible Cross-Back Cutie Apron Pattern. Click here to see her pattern for purchase. She also has kits available. this Apron is the most comfortable to wear and was very easy to sew. I use one side for cooking and the other for sewing. I used fabric from my stash but the pattern is made to use Cutie Packs. Cuties are 16 - Fat 1/8 pre-cuts. Check out the home of Cuties Packs at The Quilt Basket located in New York.
I've been stitching up samples for upcoming releases for Grab 'N Go Kits, my wool felt product line. I have also been working on my new products and patterns. Stay tuned for new product releases and expanded product offerings...so exciting!
I promise I will get back to stitching my scrap quilts. I won't let this challenge get the better of me!
What have you been stitching this summer? I'd love to hear from you. Leave a comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy the last few days of summer.
Reversible Cross-Back Cutie Apron by Debby Brown
Elizabeth Shannon Apron by Ellen Mason Designs
Ruby by RAE Sewing Patterns
Child's Apron and Boys Tool Belt - No Pattern - I made them for the Jersey Grandkids
100 Acts of Sewing Skirt No. 1
Ruby Dress as a top - I used a white knit and the top yoke is made to match my skirt
100 Acts of Sewing Skirt No. 1 - I added side-seam pockets and changed to A-line to a straight skirt