This is Mary Koval’s granddaughter, Indira and she was fascinated by Quilt-Cam the other night!
She heard me talking about my grasshopper sewing machine, and thought I was talking about a real CRICKET!
Mary said her eyes got big and she giggled and giggled then listened for about another 30 minutes….that’s QUITE the attention span!
Let’s hope I can keep the rest of you awake tonight. I hope I can keep *MYSELF* awake for that matter!
I’m in the mood for some serious crumb demolition.
We all know the fabric never really goes away …the pieces just become smaller and smaller and smaller until all we are left with is a bucket of crumbs.
Remember when I got my school bus featherweight back from being painted? Check this post HERE!
I had resurrected this project then, and quickly buried it again once the holidays were upon us and we started redoing the basement floor.
I found them today. They are back OUT again!
I’ve been hard at work on some serious deadlines and I am too brain dead to want to match points or really pay attention tonight…so I’m crumbing it!
If you want to join me….my papers are 2.5” X 8.5”. The papers are there for a bit of stability but mostly to give me a size to shoot for.
Put your stitch length way down so the paper is easy to remove.
Four strips sewn together make one block!
Look what is in the center of this one!
No, not that cat --- but the star..DO you see a star?
I didn’t either…and that is why Papa’s Star from my first Dear Jane ended up in the orphan bin…toooo busy for such a small number. Now it will have a place in this crumby mess!
Ready to sew? Let’s Go!