Sunday, 25 October 2009

Full of beans...

It's been another productive week but I have come to a bit of a standstill on the quilting front because the batting I ordered from here is out of stock. So I have not one but TWO quilt fronts and backs waiting to be hand-quilted now. They are sitting patiently in my workroom.

So, it has given me a chance to play hooky again and finish off making a little something for Jasmine to go with her quilt. It's not quite finished but I will tease you with a few snippets in the meantime:

They are the perfect weight and size, but I'm not eating them.

I tried a brad and embroidery but then settled for a button.

Then I made a fluffy pompom.

I've rummaged through the scraps from the quilt and have used some fusible interfacing for the finishing touches which just need to be sewn on...


  1. It really does!! At first I thought it might be a little cardi - then I thought maybe a hat with that pom pom on top but the soya beans don't go with either - so my guess is a soya bean pink bunny...

    Looking forward to see what it really is!!


  2. Intriguing... I hope you'll let us see what it is. I think it might be a pink bunny too?

  3. I may have said this before but I love how you put colours together.

  4. Looking forward to seeing the finished result. Whatever it is, it looks really tactile!

  5. Hope your supplies arrive soon - looks like you are on a roll. Love the fabrics in the top photo!


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