Tuesday, 9 April 2013

A Whole lot of Samples

Not really much stitching going on over the Easter hols - but I did make this folded star block last week.  Wish that I'd remembered my ruler and made it a bit more accurate, though.  I can't decide whether to make another one, this time trying a bit harder to make each round completely even and accurate.

This box was a small caddy made from some other samples- panels and pockets put together, experimenting with some ideas.
And this is what a FQ of fabric looks like once you've cut it into a spiral and crocheted it back up into a piece of something - with this size hook it produced a piece that was quite firm but still bendable. Interesting texture, and it would be nice to see what it was like with a bigger hook.
I've only got a tiny bit of work left to do on my current C&G module, apart from completing the wall hanging, which has got quite a few more hours quilting still needed!  I'm sure that I'll get to it once the school holidays have finished!


  1. Hi Plum, really like the caddy and its great pockets.

  2. It was great to see them in real life :-) I think the Somerset Star is lovely as it is, remember the course is supposed to be fun, don't push yourself to re-do if there is still stuff to do for the first time

  3. thankyou for the song sugestion-now you will be haunted, haha


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