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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Busy, busy & more BUSY!

The week has continued to be as busy as the weekend. Here are pictures of what I have been working on in-between printing more car blocks and stripped material to send out. I can only give you a sneak peak of the back as it looks like it has grown hairs, there are so many threads I still need to take care of!

I still want to do some more quilting. I can see bright yellow, maybe with a touch of silver, stitching on the headlights

My sister-in-law Jessica made this wonderful quilt using the car blocks and some of my dyed fabric. I am always waiting for Jessica's next post so I can see what she has done. There are always fab things to see on her blog.

I will be putting more information up later this week with pricing of the items for sale so stay tuned. Till then keep warm and stay well.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

What a busy weekend

Well I have been busy all weekend doing screen printing and trying to finish the two quilts I am quilting. I have been fortunate enough to have someone offer to do some marketing and hopefully sell my blocks which will be fantastic. So I have been busy printing. In between I have been quilting madly so that I have some finished product pictures to show too.

I have found a new use for my ENJO outdoor glove. I had some gunk on my screen that was not coming off no matter what I did, I decided to get my Enjo glove out. What harm could it do? I was surprised at the amount of ink it took off so will use it more in the future, oh and yes it did get the gunk off too!

My new ENJO addition is the Lint Glove. I found that this gets the fibres that are stuck in my cutting board out so really please with that too. It is also good to take the threads off the fabric before I print. I don't think it will go back into the house at this rate!

Well will get on with the pressing and cutting and then some sleep so I can go to work. Will have some more pictures in the next couple of days.

Till then stay well.