Another first Friday of the month turned up again which meant it was time to join Cheryll and many others in a fun night of sewing and crafting. My purple fabric basket is now completed.
For the green and yellow basket I put bias binding around the top but changed it for this one. Looking at the photo I think that some top stitching is needed to be done to give it a finished look. That will be my first job when next in the sewing room.
And a start was made on cutting up blue squares for the next fabric basket.
Slow progress is happening on the pineapple blossom blocks as I keep getting distracted by other things in the sewing room.
As I have joined Carol in her annual Virtual Cookie Exchange and Christmas blog hop I had better put my thinking cap on and put some Christmas fabric under the needle. Thinking thinking.
Thanks Cheryll for organising us again with another productive FNwF. Time to head on over here and see what was being created in other households last night.
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Happy sewing all
Very nice purple basket Karen, and now on with the blue!
I like your pineapple blocks too.
Oh I do like those pineapple blocks.....
Great purple basket there and your pineapple block will look lovely when complete.
Love your purple pieced bag.......so pretty!
Your scrap baskets are going to look so good together on a shelf when they are all done.
great basket and I love the pineapple blocks... so cheefrul
Great basket - I love the pineapple blossom quilts - and using block in yours is going to make it sparkle!
That's a lovely fabric basket & a beautiful addition to your sewing space I'm sure.
Thanks for stopping in for FNwF again too...xox
Ooooo your purple basket is gorgeous! Love the bright coloured pineapple blocks. Lots happening in your sewing room.
Your purple basket is lovely. Well done! Your quilt blocks are looking good too xx
Your pineapple blocks look great with the black corners and love your scrappy baskets and especially the pink shower cap!!!
You are inspiring me to want to make more bags. They are faster than a whole quilt and super useful and fun. I love the purples.
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