Hexagonal Summer Table Topper

Where has summer gone?  I feel like we just started summer and am all of a sudden realizing that school starts in just 20 days and I have SO much planning to do!  I haven’t been able to get in very many sewing projects; however, I have some cute things planned for after when school starts for Halloween for my itty bitty niece!

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Cute Little Table Runner…

It has been cold here in North Dakota…I’m talking bitterly cold here lately!  Highs in the -6 or -7 degree area…oh the thought is just bone chilling!!  What else is there to do when you are stuck in the house?  Sew of course!  I’ve been sitting on a pattern I had found in Devil’s Lake Quilt Shop.

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Baseball Table Runner

Every summer you can usually find me and usually my husband hanging out at the FM RedHawks baseball field!  There’s just something so relaxing watching baseball on a hot summer day!  Well there is a gentleman who I had met working my part time job many years ago and we became pretty close.  Every year he gives us oodles of tickets to the RedHawks games. Now this guy is very well off and never wants anything in return.  Last year I gave home some of our homemade salsa and jelly.  This year I made him a baseball themed table runner.  As a bachelor, I really hope he likes it! 


I found the fabric and pattern at this really cute fabric store in Devils Lake, ND this past September.   


I didn’t realize how wide this was going to turn out until I started piecing it together and thought it looked odd.  With some minor tweaking I made it to more my liking/size.  I used the invisible thread again as well as the basting spray when layering, just love it!  I hope Mike does too!!

Fall Table Runner…

Fall is in full swing and I finally have had time to have some me time and get my creative juices flowing!

I was at JoAnn’s Fabric store and was looking for fabric for the dog pillow I finished last week and came across a bundle of fall fat quarters and just couldn’t resist.  Further while there I found a pattern by Nancy Dill called “Stack Four Table Runner” which only required 4 fat quarters.  I was really excited to try this pattern out.

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Wedding

Wedding DaySeptember 1st, 2012
Our Wedding Day!

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