Yoda will have to do. My wee model is at school. Roan still dons the first tuque I made of this style. Surprisingly I only have the picture of him in it from Christmas’s past.
I seasonally make Ford proud by doing some assembly line production of the hats.
Some sell at Essenza here in Fremont and the rest make great gifts to my friends or a charity donation.
Fabric Crush is peddling these for me at the Magnolia Village Holiday Shop this Friday from 6-9pm. Come drink some wine and mingle…AND buy some holiday gifts.
Well, I’ve had a bunch cut out, so I unofficially joined Jacquie’s Joy In the New Year UFO Challenge. I am far from finished, but I did manage these, plus tackling a pile of fabric to produce aprons, napkins, pillowcases and pjs as Christmas gifts.
How come it’s so satisfying to cut fabric to bits and sew it back together?
I like them mostly constructed of Sherpa, but I am really trying to get rid of fabric, not buy more, so some are fleece. I use Sherpa on the interior of the ear flaps.
The patchwork is a new twist on it from last year. Up till then I had always done stars.
The Park Slope fabric lends itself so well, it’s the perfect scale print.
Some left overs from this simple quilt make the patchwork on the fleece ones.
My Value Quilt top is going to The Quilting Loft for the week as promotion for my classes and I am happy for the break. I’m still plugging away at the back. Are you all caught up?