Saturday, 14 February 2015

Le Challenge - Dots!

With all the curves sewing I have been doing recently, 'Dots' was an easy challenge this month!

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Two mug rugs or pot holders. I used Insul Bright instead of normal batting/wadding so that they can be used safely for hot items. 

A great way to use up some scraps too! 

Linking up with Le Challenge and Scraptastic Tuesday.

21 comments:

  1. Very nice! I like the scrappy fabrics you chose.

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  2. Very cute! I love that even the binding is scrappy!

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  3. How fun, dots on the fabric and one big dot in the design!

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  4. How perfectly dotty!! It's great seeing all these curves.

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  5. Fabulous curved sewing! And dotty challenge well met! Thanks for joining us for #scraptastictuesday

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  6. I saw these and think they are to pretty to use but that's me I'd probably hang them on the wall! Beautiful job!

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  7. These are perfect! I like using insul-bright for potholders too. I should use up what I have left and make some more potholders myself--they always go missing after family dinners and potlucks. ;)

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  8. Definitely a challenge well met Deborah, I love the pieced binding too.

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  9. Cute! I particularly like the second one.

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  10. Very cute, I love that style!

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  11. These would be sweet on the table as hot pads as well. I also did 'mugrugs' for Le Challenge this month, but my stitches started skipping when securing my binding. Resolved with a new needle, but I had to go over it twice. Lesson learned!
    Your binding looks very nice!

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  12. These are right on the theme! Well done!

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  13. A perfect dots project! Are you ready for "passion?"

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  14. They look great! Must make some of those, they would really brighten a kitchen.

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  15. Oh cool are these! Love the big dots, thanks for sharing on le challenge!

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  16. ooh sewing curves, on my to do list for 2015. These are lovely, well done

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  17. Great use for those lovely scraps and your curves are perfect!

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  18. Such delightfully scrappy curves. Great fabric choices and darling binding.

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  19. Your curves are perfect and the mix of fabrics you've used makes these fascinating Deborah! I can't stop examining them!

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