Playing with My Purple Needle

>> Monday, March 22, 2010




Surprise! My design wall is still hopping with bunnies. I've sewn a few more blocks together and made some quilting decisions. Now I just need to finish up some other things to focus on this quilt. Is Easter really only 2 weeks away?!




The first pair of jeans have been cut up. Size 7 girls with lots of neat embroidery.

This is where the purple needle comes into play. It's the first time I've ever used my denim needle! I've already sewn a handle for this purse - the bottom strip of denim you can see here. The piece on the right is a pant leg opened up with one seam cut off. I figure it's better not to sew over any extra seams if I can help it. There's quite a bit of spandex in these jeans. Here's hoping I can get this finished - by tomorrow!


I need to cut one more pile of triangles to finish these pieces. The sewing will have to wait until I change my needle back.

Check out the quilters through Judy's link while I drink some more coffee.

Cheers to the end of March Break! Bring on the Birthday(Tuesday) and Easter - I can take it!!!
After coffee.

With Joy,

Sarah Vee

4 comments:

Diane March 22, 2010 at 8:16 AM  

your bunny quilt is coming along. The denim purse will be so cool.

Denise :) March 22, 2010 at 8:54 AM  

Love the baskets in your quilt; it's 'hopping' along!! Happy Monday! :)

Dresden Quilter March 22, 2010 at 11:27 AM  

The bunny quilt looks great. I have never made anything from denim. It's another thing on my wish to do list.

Brenda March 23, 2010 at 10:33 AM  

I love the 'I can take it!! After coffee!!' that was funny!!

Well, get it done girl! And keep up the coffee so you don't forget what you've planned to do, and pull a me - move onto something else......

Happy Birthday to whom ever is having that today, and Have a fantastic Easter!!!

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