7 March 2013

Little Chicks

I have not been doing much in the sewing room the last two days.  But I did get those dishes done!  Guess I do have to get some housework done between projects....

Today I got out what may be considered a UFO.  It was only waiting for some eyes....  I made this little quilt before winter - quilted and bound even.  So it is really a weird UFO.  The only thing unfinished were the little chicks eyes.



I was looking for mini buttons to sew on, but after finding some a month or so ago, I was still hesitant to use them.  I mean this is just the right size for a baby play mat.  And babies and buttons don't go together - not even cute little mini buttons.



Sew I got out the embroidery thread and satin stitched some little eyes on those chicks - hiding the knots just like you would thread ends while quilting.  And I took off the hen's crazy looking eye and satin stitched one on for her, too.


But I did have two leftover chick blocks and two feather blocks.  I had the fabric pieces fused on the blocks, but had not yet satin stitched around the pieces.  I did that this afternoon.  And then I made myself happy by sewing those little mini buttons onto those two chicks.





And I am making a little place mat from the two leftover chicks and feather blocks....
I have to admit that I do love those little mini buttons.  Aren't these chicks cute?


8 comments:

barbara woods said...

Great little quilt. You do great work

Sherry said...

Is this your pattern Lorna, really is cute!

Lorna McMahon said...

Thank you, Sherry. Yes, I made this quite a while ago, but it is finished now.

Lorna McMahon said...

Thanks Barbara. I appreciate you!

Lani Padilla said...

Lorna ... this is absolutely adorable! Love the quilting on it :)

Lani
www.SimplyFreshVintage.com

Lorna McMahon said...

Thanks, Lani. Glad you like it!

Danielle Hudson said...

Love the chicks! They really have a lot of humor in them! So cute:)

Lorna McMahon said...

Thanks, Danielle. Glad you dropped in. Cute chicks are funny, eh?

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