- Top layer - these are small scraps sewn to the batting with the stich n' flip method.
- Batting -
- Moisture barrier - a piece of clear vinyl cut to fit
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Finally getting something done!!
I have been in such a drought getting anything done. I can spend time down in the sewing room, but don't seem to accomplish anything! While I know that isn't true - I am making some progress, it just seems like I've been working soooo long on a project that was supposed to go together so quick! More about that later......
Tips: Draw a line down the center of your batting and a few 45 degree lines for reference because it's real easy to get off center with the French braids.
Another thing that I did actually get done were these cute little mug rugs. The picture doesn't show them completely done (though a couple of them are done now) because they're going in my take along box to stitch down the binding. This was also an experiment of an idea I had.... these are sandwhiched with:
I put all the layers together and added binding. These ended up about 4X6" which is small for a mug rug, but I love em just the same. The backs are scraps from a Coffee fabric! Perfect place for them, and I also found some fabric that looked like cups to add to the shorter pieces.