"Make what you want to make, and make it the way you want to make it." Gwen Marston

Thursday, October 1, 2015


Because of vacation, September was not a terribly productive month in the sewing room. Fiona Pfaff went to the spa while I was away, so she’s ready to do some serious sewing in October. 

  I’ve already shown the orange doll quilt for RSC.


I also finished Jenny’s Vintage Kitchen BOM.  I’m going to look for a long wooden spoon to use as a hanger!


This was a fun little project, and I’m really pleased with the result.

That’s about it for September.  But I do have a stack of basted quilts ready to be quilted.  There’s rain in the forecast for the next few days, so I’ll be spending my days in quilting mode.

Keep on stitching…Sunny



  1. Great finishes Sunny. Just love your Vintage Kitchen. What a great idea to use the doily and I think the red borders look great.

  2. Both very pretty little quilts and what a lovely idea to use a wooden spoon to hang the vintage kitchen quilt. Have a lovely weekend! Christine x

  3. Love what you did with Jenny's project--
    I just might have to do one for my new kitchen--
    as I am no longer doing chickens --need a new theme--
    have a great week end-
    smiles, di

  4. Lovely finishes. Great idea for a hanger.

  5. Some wonderful finishes for sept. Well done... Xox

  6. I like the shape of the baskets on the little quilt.

  7. I really like your vintage kitchen BOM, so pretty.

  8. I Love, love, love that second quilt . . .The vintage kitchen, it is perfect:)

  9. Vintage Kitchen looks fantastic Sunny, well done. I hope Fiona Pfaff is ready to work her magic for you!

  10. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK!!!! I love it so much - I love the doily at the bottom, I love the idea of hanging it from a wooden spoon!!! I might have to copy that, you know.......please tell me you'd be flattered, lol! What a superb idea.

  11. Hi! I love that Vintage block of the month! Especially like how you added the lace at the bottom also. I found you via talented Connie's blog. Nancy

  12. Your kitchen bom looks gorgeous.
    It will look so pretty on the spoon holder, such a novel idea.


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