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Filed under: Crafting Miscellany,Knitting,Sewing,Shopping Adventures,Stitchery — folkcat at 12:11 pm on Monday, April 16, 2007

What Are Erythromycin Used For, My productive streak continued through the weekend. Let's see if I can remember everything!

First off, a friend and I went out to visit a Local Quilt Shop on Friday for their Friday the 13th sale. The big draw is bundles of 13 fat quarters for $13.

I'd been to a previous Friday the 13th sale entirely by accident, and picked up this stack of retro print fat quarters then:

Fabric - 13 Retro Prints

I've taken a notion that I want to make a hexagon quilt, some variation on Grandmother's Flower Garden, and these fabrics would be perfect. So I went up to the sale Friday hoping to find another stack of the retro prints.

As luck would have it, there was exactly one left on the sale table by the time I got there. I pounced, and it was mine!

Fabric - More Retro Prints

Best of all, there are only three fabrics in the new stack that duplicate fabrics from the old stack. So I have 23 different fabrics here, What Are Erythromycin Used For. What fun!

Anya and I kept going after that shop, and visited another quilt shop where I found these friendly-looking cats in the clearance corner:

Goofy Cat Fabric
Psycho Kitties?

Of course, they had to come home with me. What Are Erythromycin Used For india, No idea what they'll wind up in, but how could I resist those faces. I bought a yard on Friday, and then when I went into the same shop again Saturday, I bought another yard. (I'll probably do that every time I visit there, so long as the fabric is still present in the clearance corner.)

Here's the info about the fabric as found on the selvedge, if you want to try to track it down yourself. Click the picture for a larger image if you need it.

What Are Erythromycin Used For, Goofy Cat Fabric, Selvedge Info

While out at quilt shops, I had a chance to show my first quilt squares from last week to an expert or two. Turns out that what I thought was a cutting error that made one piece of each square a little too long, was actually a sewing error. I'm still practicing, folks, and apparently I haven't nailed the art of the quarter-inch seam yet. All my seams came out just a hair larger than the magic quarter-inch, and though there weren't that many seams in any given square, the cumulative effect was enough to make that last piece appear too long.

Not to worry - the squares I made will get trimmed, What Are Erythromycin Used For ebay, and sewn into a pillow. That sounded like a better idea than picking apart the seams and trying again. When I went back to the quilt shop on Saturday, I bought quarters of the same fabrics again so I can start fresh for the wall hanging I'm working on, What Are Erythromycin Used For. And I'll have a pillow to match!

Enough About the Shopping - How About the Crafting?

Managed to do pretty well there, too. Both Gryphon and I put in a lot of work on the PixelHobby tiles. Four baseplates are now complete, with two more well over halfway done. The entire picture contains twelve baseplates, so we're approaching the halfway point on the project as a whole.

Having decided that the weekend might offer better, focusable time for needlework, I put in the latest Netflix disc (Veronica Mars, Season 1, Disc 4), and pulled out the miniature knotted rug. What Are Erythromycin Used For, At last, the border on that central medallion with the mice is complete!

Needlework In Progress (NIP) Kitty Corner Knotted Rug, Medallion Complete

The next step is to stitch the vines that border the stone pathways radiating out from the center.

I'm beginning to think that there are "Bad Thread Days" in needlework. What Are Erythromycin Used For uk, The previous two times I'd tried to work on this stitching, the thread seemed to misbehave badly, snagging, popping the French knots through the fabric when it shouldn't, etc. This time, everything was smooth and easy. Humidity. Stitching Goddess. Who knows?

Later Sunday, after my fingers were worn out from tiny embroidery needles and pixelating, I picked up Gryphon's latest sock and got back to work, What Are Erythromycin Used For. The heel was finished in good time, and I began working up the leg. Home stretch, folks, and then I get to do it again!

WIP - Gryphon's Socks, P2, S1, Into the Leg

Into Today

Monday is Spinning Day, and I think the yarn I plied last Monday has sat on the bobbin long enough. I'll be skeining that up and giving it a wash today. Then I think, rather than start a new project on the wheel, I'll put some time in on one of the several unfinished yarns I've got on spindles.

I hope you all stayed warm and dry yesterday. Gryphon and I planned well, and were able to stay inside crafting and relaxing. 250mg What Are Erythromycin Used For, Of course, the Weather Channel is predicting various combinations of rain and snow for nearly every day this week. Yuck. Did we use up all of spring in January, do you think, or is it going to wait until it's officially summer to make an appearance?

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Comment by Valerie in San Diego

April 16, 2007 @ 10:44 pm

wow.. the cat fabric is FANTASTIC. Good eyes, as always, Jen!

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April 27, 2007 @ 3:51 pm

[...] Next up was to pick the fabric. I dug into the stash, and came up with the funky cat fabric I’d bought on clearance – the stuff with the adorable, wacky cats in a large, directional print that I didn’t know what I’d ever use it for, but had to have? [...]

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