You never know what treasures one will find when cleaning a sewing room. All these kits just waiting to be made.
Saturday's quilt was a little one 6" x 10". Super fast. Or it would have been super fast if I had remembered to follow directions.
After preparing the appliqué pieces the next steps should have been sandwiching the top, bat and bottom. Then lay down the appliqué pieces, iron to secure them in place. Then button hole stitch around all the pieces. For some reason I skipped (unintentionally) the part about sandwiching the three layers.
When did I realize I had missed a step? As I was stitching around the very last appliqué piece. Not a disaster, but more work. Now I have to sandwich the three layers and then do some quilting. Instead of using the button hole stitch for securing the appliqué and doing the quilting at one time. Fortunately this is a very little quilt so the fix didn't take very long. A few veins in the leaves and lines on the pumpkins and call it done. Stupid mistakes are soooo aggravating!
I was going to start the next kit today.....How To Build A Snowman. But not now. Over 10,000 people have been evacuated with the BC forest fires. Time to get back on the Bailey and get at least two quilt tops turned into finished quilts.
Add these two to the three or four I have ready for donation quilts when the call comes out. Keeping everyone in my prayers!