Hi there and welcome to #WIP Wednesday here at Feeding Big. I am glad to see you!
Last week I was able to actually get a few things finished! Yeah for me! I am working very hard to get Christmas projects competed before the last week of December. I am often a procrastinator and am in a frenzy when it gets close to Christmas. I hope this year will be different.
I completed the lace panels that will make up the table cloth that I am making. I have the fabric and am almost ready to finish it. I do have a question though and I hope to find the answer tonight. I am sharing a photo of the inspiration for my tablecloth. Sorry, if it is not a super good photo, it was taken with my phone while I was in a class.
As you an see, the ends of her cloth panels have scalloped edges. I am now wondering if she created a cloth piece, scalloped the edges and then attached them to the lace or if she laid the lace pieces on a circular piece of fabric, sewed the lace to the fabric, cut the fabric away from the lace (this is what I was going to do) and then scalloped the edges. What do you think? I hope I find out the answer tonight! I really want to finish this as a gift.
I have been making some cute little fabric coasters also. I am sure this pattern is out there on the internet (I will share it next week). A lady in one of my sewing class shared it with me. They are easy and fun to put together and I think they will make great gifts!
I have managed to compete a couple of rows on the Seafarers Afghan. It is taking longer than I thought it would. Somehow, I always think I can complete projects in a jiffy. Do you do that?
Anyway, I am at least on another color. Row 5 and about 60 more to go!
I hope your week of quilting, knitting, crocheting and sewing went well. I would love to hear about your projects!
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