Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Scrappy Sunday

i had to show you this from yesterday. how did the fortune cookie people know i needed some support. & this fabulous fabric made me famous in my family. but i'm using the last ot it this year. boo-hoo.another inspired project from LMP+QG. pg. 29. can't show you the whole thing. it's a secret. but you get the idea. email me & maybe i'll show you the rest.and this week's scrappy block wasn't going to get done because i couldn't find 12 pieces that i haven't used. yesterday i looked again. hang on to your fabric. because two weeks ago i stole a tiny piece of the candycane fabric from Jessica. and yesterday i stole tiny pieces of these still auditioning fabrics from my sister. i'm getting desperate. but the result is Block #23.& if you're on Blogger i wanted to share this with you. Pamela Joy pointed it out to me this summer. it's a slideshow of recently published photos. & if you see something that interests you. you can just click on it and go to their blog. i've never seen any of mine on there. so i don't know who chooses them.


Shari said...

I just love that chinese takeaway fabric... hilarious.
And I like scrappy #23 - very oriental! Do we need to send you some scraps?

Messy Karen said...

i'll be o.k. i'm just too busy right now to rummage through my old stuff. & not ready to cut any new stuff.

Anonymous said...

Well done for squeezing out another square.

what unusual Chinese take out fabric!

A lot of shopps are anxious to show they are having pre-Christmas sales. It's all to do with this "credit crunch" where people are feeling poorer (heating costs have gone through the roof as well as this banking crisis) so shops are trying to sell what stock they ordered months ago so they don't get stuck with it after Christmas.

Eileen said...

shoot.. i forgot to add some scraps to that envelope..

Ming the Merciless said...

Next time you read a fortune cookie message, add the words "in bed" at the end of it and it changes the entire meaning of the message.