Thursday, November 17, 2011

TGIFF3: "Put Your Records On..."

Welcome to Friday!  I have the record player on today listening to some of my favorites and taking inventory of the week!  A very sweet friend came over this week to help me sort through some boxes and get them labeled in anticipation for our move in the Spring.  I decided to pack all of my scrapbooking materials and most non-sewing craft supplies as well.  Unfortunately I was discouraged to discover several WIP/UFO's scattered through out random storage boxes that have now been identified and put on my "WIP list" over to the right side of my blog.

Continuing to have energy, I am trying to blast my way through as many projects hidden in my "WIP Pit of Despair" as I can.  That includes the blue/white girls dress (size 2) to the left.  It was a project I started over 3 years ago, sadly enough it just needed a little hemming, buttons sewn on, and I thought it needed the snazzy little scrap fabric flower I made from this tutorial.  The flower is the 2nd item I have actually made from my "Pinterest boards!"

Finishes Since last Friday:
1.  9 blue/green/yellow Modernish mug rugs
2.  Table topper in blues & cream
3.  Blue Plaid Girl Dress (Size 2) & snazzy flower
4.  6 Spirit Scrap bibs w/ yellow ties

New projects (since last Friday)- 19
In progress - 35 (Found a few more in boxes, sigh)
Finishes (Since last Friday)- 17
So, linking with Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday (TGIFF) being hosted this week at Bending Pins!
and Amanda Jean is back with Finish it up Fridays over at Crazy Mom Quilts!


  1. Wow, Shanna, you have been busy! Great finishes once again. Love the "WIP Pit of Despair" -- too funny! Thanks for linking in to TGIFF!

  2. I'm going to have to give a practice to machine quilting the free hand way. Bibs would be something I could do on my small machine.

  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your blue table topper, it gives me inspiration for making a few gifts for Christmas. The girls dress is adorable, great colors. Have a great week.


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