Two half done and one done!

Hello my dear friends, I hope you all are fine and waiting for the weekend to sew!

After the year changed I try to avoid to make the program with my sewing just because after I am going to be stressed. So I decided to take each day as it comes without stress and pressure!

So, because I try to take the days as they comes, I find myself with three different works on my sewing table, I hope my year is not going to be chaos and in the end of this year my table will be full off unfinished works!

After having a look at my fabrics I saw bags of scraps…again! ( I thought I didn’t have any more). I had to do something. Without knowing exactly what it is going to be I chose the scrap bag with blue and started to sew, I haven’t finished yet and that’s why I am not showing your everything just few pictures to have a taste..


Now I start to figure out what to do with these blocks, I think…


and I found out that it is lovely to sew the scarps


and just to get lost with those blocks…

By the way I wanted to tell you also about last weekend. Our teens participated in workshop about wearing technology and I showed how to make a backstitch, so on Sunday they were sewing lights Led  and doing embroidery with flashing lights!


They had special threads..


Now back to my scraps! The second work, which is also from small pieces of fabrics is this tree. I tried applique and then I made embroidery too. Making stitching is so relaxing and you can take your work everywhere!DSC_0430

I think it is going to be a pillow. One friend of mine told me I should put it in frame.

These were my two unfinished works till now and to the end I show you the book cover I made to my daughter for her diary. This one I finished and my daughter loved the bees I made from felt.


Before I leave, I want to show one picture from one morning, when I woke up there were so much moisture in the air and it looked so magic.


Take care and happy weekend!  Anneli




6 thoughts on “Two half done and one done!

  1. Anneli, your scraps look wonderful. I’m sure you will make something very nice out of it! I also love the book cover for your daughter. The tree looks great, whether as a cushion or as a wall hanging.


  2. Hi Anneli! Your blue scrap project looks exciting and beautiful! Tree is also beautiful and I can imagine how fun it was to make that. Pillow would be nice. Amazing view! Have a lovely weekend! x Teje


    • Hello Teje, You are right how I enjoyed by making the tree and now I want to make more and more stitching…About the scraps…it is amazing how much you can do with scraps, and I wanted to empty my scrap bag. I hope you to have nice weekend! x Anneli

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  3. Anneli it’s always so much fun to follow your blog.The tree is also the symbol of life and yours is indeed beautiful.Did you use foundation paper for the scrappy block? The seams are perfect! I’m sure that book cover was a lot of fun to make, it very cute.Looking forward to your next post.Take care


    • Hello dear Maria, and thank you for your sweet comment. No, I didn’t use foundation paper for the blocks and I cut the fabric with the scissors! I use a lot the scissors but I think this block would be very nice too if the fabric pieces had the same width. Today it is a beautiful day, I hope you to have lovely Sunday and a nice week! x Anneli


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