Which in fact, I did...but then my daughter spied the pattern on the cover of Quilts & More (right under The Hunger Games). I hadn't even so much as cracked open the magazine yet.
She just had to make it, so we got out some fabric and I assisted with the measuring and rotary cutting; she did all of the stitching. We didn't have pre-printed pumpkin printed fabric for the center squares so she's designing some motifs and I'll probably stitch those by hand. This is my (our) very first time making prairie points and they're super easy.
Some loot from a recent trip to Joann's. 2 half yard cuts of Denyse Schmidt's new fabric line and some embroidery floss. [The little embroidery pictured in the photo was stitched by my daughter. ]
I've been meaning to find some self-threading needles for a long time. They should really come in handy for quickly burying threads when quilting. I also thought I'd try out titanium sewing machine needles. I have one on the machine right now and I honestly say I can't tell the difference. I would be interested in hearing from anyone else who uses these. Are they better than standard needles?
Have a GREAT weekend, everyone! I'm looking forward to finishing up the last in The Hunger Games trilogy and probably a little sewing. I can't wait!