Sunday, 3 November 2019

Starting November

October came and went not sure where it went but it's gone. I did a little sewing not much as real life put a hold on my sewing and quilting.

My guild  makes challenge blocks for our comfort quilt program. The challenge for October was Halloween.


I googled Halloween designs as I wanted something cute and not scary. I may have gotten lost in Pinterest for awhile and thought about a making a quilt for Halloween for myself. Next year maybe. I choose a paper pieced pattern by Jennifer Ofenstein of an adorable Sunbonnet Sue witch.

Halloween Trick or Treat Sue

More on the guild front I am doing a demo/class on rulerwork for domestic machines. Fortunately I have a few samples laying around from when I first started using rulers. They are not perfect but a good start.

a couple sample pieces
Do you do ruler work on your domestic machine?

4 comments :

PaulaB quilts said...

She is the cutest non-scary witch ever.

piecefulwendy said...

That's a darling little block! I haven't done any ruler work on my machine because I don't have the proper foot for it (yet). Hmm. Maybe I should put that on my Christmas list. Hope life is settling for you a bit more and that you can sneak in some fun sewing!

Sandra Walker said...

Well once again, seeing a cute or beautiful quilt on IG and then on the laptop gives me that extra AHHH. I love your little witch. As for being lost (so been there) and apparently making a Halloween quilt, been there too, am there right now, and you should join me! Mine is more a Fall or Thanksgiving quilt that I'm apparently making in my own private QAL ha! I see you're published again woot woot! Off to download my copy of MM!

Sandy Panagos said...

She couldn't be scary if she tried! She's adorable.