Thursday, July 24, 2014

Got Gingham?


I've Got Gingham!



Specifically Riley Blake Gingham


These are fat quarters.

Two of them have already got pieces cut out of them for another project.

I also got a nice yardage piece of medium gray gingham.

I got a nice big cut of Kona Solid White.

I got ideas.

I got nothing done.

{{{{{{{{{{Shhhhhhh! ... do not tell Mdm Samm}}}}}}}}}}}

I thought I had my idea for this project but I did not have enough fabric.

So I am re-thinking.

I have two ideas.

Both can be found on my

*Got Gingham* Pinterest Board Here

My quilty muse is contemplating this quilty dilema
while I am sewing my current project.

I need to decide!

Wishing for a "eureka!" moment soon.

September is a little over a month away ...

I need to get sewing!

Have you got gingham?


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[EDIT]

On my gingham stars!

I just found this and have to share ... 




Two free gingham paper doll books
and Grandma has a treadle sewing machine!

Click HERE




Saving these for my little grand-darling!

;)


13 comments:

  1. No, I do not have any gingham. I am looking for what I need and still thinking on what I plan to make also. Looking forward to seeing your creation at the hop.

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  2. Shhhh...nope, I got no RB gingham....double shhhh or I'll be in big trouble with you know who :0) It's okay though cause I know exactly what I "plan" to do, and if not that I have a back up project LOL Love your gingham though...and your quilty muse will pull through, she always does with creativity to spare!

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  3. Yes you have gingham...and some lovely gingham at that...and psst Ihave a bit too lol
    I am already inspired..your post is delightful ..

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  4. Oh yes I do! My favorite print. Looking forward to seeing your creation.

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  5. I've never worked with gingham, but I suddenly have a yen to do so. Some miniature blocks in gingham sound very, very tempting!

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  6. You do have lots of gingham and such a cute little one, too. Can't wait to see the way you transform those gingham pieces into something magical.

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  7. I got already 2 projects done, and the big one is waiting for quilting, but lots of quilting, so I have to stay focussed... :-) Can't wait to see your projects!!

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  8. With a Beautiful Post like this I can't wait either to see what you create! Such a Beautiful Grandbaby!! I an going to skip over and see the books, I have 2 Granddaughters who I think would really enjoy them. Yes, I have some Gingham too!
    Huggs, Nancy

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  9. Oooh! what are you going to do with that? I'm seeing bright solids with it to break it out of the traditional.. Hmm... curious to see what will happen to it !

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  10. Oh, Pat! I love gingham. My mom once made red/white gingham dresses for the two of us. My brothers had matching shirts. When we went to the "big city" shopping, we wore those clothes. I was always reminded that if I got separated from the group, to look at my dress and then look for the same material to find one of my family. Mom and I also had lilac/white gingham dresses later. I imagine we had even more than I can recall quickly. I made some gingham clothes for my second grandson when he was born. I think gingham is cool on the bias, too. Now, I wish I had time and had joined the hop. I'll have cheering everyone else.

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  11. Ohmigosh, I was just looking at some gingham bundles in Spotlight today and was reminded of how much I love it, but I have never used it in quilting; but now, thanks to your pinterest board I can see just how to use them - (those gingham stairs are brilliant by the way -that's creativity to a T!) Thanks for the inspiration!

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  12. I can't wait to see what you make with that gingham! And thank you for sharing those sweet paper doll links :)

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