Friday, March 20, 2009

MISS TESSIE TWITCHETT

Say hello to Miss Tessie Twichett. She is one of the bunny blocks for the current quilt I am working on. I have one machine applique block done so I thought I would post it. This is a Jan Patek pattern. I think this will make a nice spring quilt. Not so Easter looking that it can't be out on display for a while. There will be some pieced blocks between the four bunny blocks. I like the name, Miss Tessie Twichett.



Tomorrow is the monthly gathering of the Sew 'n Sews group that I belong to. I am taking supplies to make a felted wool roving pincushions. Should be fun playing in hot soapy water squeezing the roving into shape. Then you put them in a nylon stocking and tie both ends off and squeeze and shape more. Then they go into the dryer. I have all sorts of colors of wool roving for the ladies to choose from. Our hostess has another quick project the ladies can play with. She has the raised design rubber templates & oil crayons for doing design rubbings on fabric. I am not sure that an oil crayon is the proper term but they do look like a fat crayon. I played with them several months ago. It was fun but oh does the paint stink! You have to wash the fabric before you can use it in a project. I hope I can remember to take my camera this time so I will have pictures to post of the festivities.

Nothing much else new to report. I am feeling pretty good but still having trouble with getting to sleep. I am tapering off of a medication that may be the cause of the problem. I sure hope that is the solution.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend and get plenty of sewing time!

Karen



18 comments:

Sue said...

Your bunny looks adorable. I can't wait to see the finished quilt! Have fun this weekend!

Carol said...

Miss Tessie Twitchett is as cute as she can be.

Lorraine said...

that bunnie is cute! your get together sounds like fun! Looking forward to some pics! .....glad your recovery is going along well...I have trouble sleeping and I am not an any medication...I think mine is related to my age! LOL

Carrie P. said...

Well little miss bunny is all ready for Easter. Very cute. I have made that pincushion and it is amazing how much the wool shrinks. It is fun. Have fun too.

Anne said...

Your bunny is so cute and just in time for Spring. What pattern is that? Now, don't forget that camera tomorrow.

Lurline said...

Miss Tessie is gorgeous! Sorry to hear of your sleep problem, I've been like that all my life, now on medication - it's terrible when you are tired and that brain still wants to go! Best wishes!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Melanie said...

I love "Easter" things that don't revolve totally around pastels-- like the cabin look. Just darling.

Kim said...

Miss Tessie Twitchett, just fun to say that name, lol, this is going to be a fun quilt. I sure have grown fond of Jan Patek patterns! What type of stitch are you using to sew down the edge of the applique pieces?

Anonymous said...

Love your bunny! And I hope you remember your camera so we get to see pics :o) My goodness, you poor girl... I hope your sleeping improves. That has to be so hard to be tired all the time AND try to recover from surgery.

Anonymous said...

Tessie Twitchett....cute name....Darlene was looking for a new name for her new bunny.....maybe she'll see this one and get a big smile out of it! Ca-uuuute!!

Jeanne said...

Isn't she a cutie! Looks like a fun quilt.

em's scrapbag said...

The bunny is adorable. Hope getting of the meds helps you sleep better. Have a great weekend!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Isnt she just the cutest? Adorable Karen. Glad to see your up and around. And even sewing.

Myra said...

Love Miss Tessie Twichett! What a cutie!
Good to hear you are getting out to your groups, but not to hear you are not sleeping well...I hope things turn around for you with your sleeping, and soon! 8-)
Happy stitchings!

Karen said...

Cute bunny!

Rosalyn Manesse said...

Charming rabbit

mary-myneedlethead.blogspot.com said...

I just love Miss Tessie!!!! Glad you are feeling better too! Hugs, Mary

mary-myneedlethead.blogspot.com said...
This comment has been removed by the author.