Tuesday Morning Star Count 2014/43

No hexies were basted in the making of this apron..

 Or this skirt. 
On Sunday, I spent the day with our neighbors sewing doll clothes.  Wow.  It was awesome, and I'm glad for the opportunity to do that kind of mothering-crafting.  I don't make many things for the boys these days anymore.  There was a doll quilt for George's bear a few years back, but other than that.. I have been sewing for obligations, gifts, or myself.  I have plans for upcycled monsters for Christmas, but let's wait and see if I find time for that...
When I did find time to work on EPP this week I was often interrupted.  But oh, the cuteness!

Anybody got any links?

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  1. Miss Ted was extremely interested in this post - she only has one cardigan, a skirt and a pair of socks. I might have to make her some underwear before Christmas....

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  2. Here's to slo-o-o-o-o-o-ow progress still being progress! But at least you sewed something else... I have attached a grand total of ONE diamond to my main quilt piece since I finished basting the final set last week. And there's still a stack of pants to be hemmed and patched, that I haven't touched... here's hoping for more sewing time this week!

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  3. I am enjoying the hand quilting of my hexagon flower quilt. It's a long slow process and the winter will probably be over before it is ready to put on the bed. Thanks for getting me started with epp!

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  4. Sewing IS SEWING, no matter what! I've often wondered what do people do, if they don't sew. I see every day. And I can't imagine my life without it. I'm making flannel pj pants as gifts, table runners, mug rugs and quilts. It's a lovely thing. I turn on my radio and sew the hours away. It's a luxury and I love it.

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  5. Aww! Adorable pics. Is that Paddington Bear?

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  6. Thank you for very interesting blog. It was a great inspiration for me to make a quilt for myself without sewing machine. It will be my first EPP and my first bigger quilt. So I hope that reading such wonderful blogs as yours and others mentioned here will help me while sewing mine.

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