Wednesday, February 24, 2010

endless possibilities

They are addicting. As I'm continuing to create them, I realize I'm not just making them for the workshop but because I enjoy making them.

16 comments:

Sandra said...

They are adorable; looking forward to trying some as well.

Eva said...

I can imagine a quilt made completely out of these. No batting, backing or binding necessary.

Deborah said...

At the rate I'm going that may be what happens!

dosfishes said...

I like this fold within a fold and the buttons, very nice!

Vicky~ stichr ~ said...

these are really rather tempting...i also like that you are making one at a time...kind of a slow cloth, huh?!

Deborah said...

Oh yes, actually everything I make is a slow cloth.

Bea said...

Sometimes we just need to work on things that give us pleasure, are not long and lengthy to do and allow our mind to wander and think of future creations. :)Bea

Barbara said...

This is just the darndest, cutest little thing! I totally understand they are addicting -- I may have to try!

寶貝別哭 said...

Always keep your words soft and sweet, just in case you have to eat them.............................................

Mrs Moen said...

They are so pretty, how big are they?

sewpam63 said...

That's the BEST reason of all!!! Have a blast. ; )

Abigail Thomas said...

they do look addictive, and Eva's right, a whole quilt made of these little beauties would be fantastic

Mary said...

ooooo, now you know I love those colors! Are you ready for the snow? They've changed our forecast so we aren't getting much at all now.

Suzanne Kistler said...

I love this one!!!

Peggy B said...

This fabric ATC is terrific!
And thank you for visiting my blog and the nice comment you left.

Quilt or Dye said...

I am starting to make ATCs and if asked why I am blaming it on your blog. Tee Hee