In the second of my Handmade Christmas posts for the year, all I can say is - thank goodness for Moda's little 'Spell it with Fabric!' pattern book. All the letters are very easy to follow, and quick to sew up.
First up is an 'E' cushion for my younger daughter's little Prep buddy at school. I hope you are noticing, even if you have to squint, the fussy-cut red Ninja Turtles, since she told me that he (Mr Red Turtle) is her buddy's favourite.
Next are three enormous coasters/small table mats/mini quilts for teachers of my older daughter - her French teacher, year adviser, and music/drama/homeroom teacher.
Sewing up these three enormous/small/mini's coincided with the arrival of my Priory Square half-yard bundle from Pink Castle, so I have used it in each one. I love all the prints I have used, and will most likely be looking to buy more.
Here are the backs - two with Priory Square, and then the last with Kate Spain - though all three with Priory Square binding. I do get a little immediately obsessed when fabric packages arrive in the mail.
And now last up, a set of coasters for the girls' violin teacher and his wife (since I figured it would be a little mean to just make one for him ...). I half-sized the Moda letters for the coasters, and used Bonnie & Camille's new Daysail line for the letters, and my favourite print from their Bliss line for the binding - as well as the perfection Andover 'Love Notes' music print.
And for the backs - come on, could I really go past violin fabric?! - since it exists?!
More sewing will be kicking off tonight, and will possibly be finished to share tomorrow but certainly by the weekend. It's the last day of school tomorrow, which is just so completely fantastic, I can't even tell you. Hope your week has been going well and you are gearing up for a great weekend. xoxo cat