MPS Inspirations Round 3

Sewing Supplies


Theresa Bezayiff

Was working on this Laura Heine “Pink Pump” quilt before getting sick. I hope to get back to it. I’m making my interpretation, a “Cinderella’s slipper “.Cinderella's Slipper

Teresa Koster

This is a project that I’ve had for three years. Every time I pulled it out it looked way too complicated. I was challenged by my small group to get a project and get it done. So here it is completed. And I am so happy with it.Teresa's Quilt

Meghan N

A baby quilt for my new grandniece in California. : )Meghan's Baby Quilt

Cydney Gordon

This is the first of two baby quilts for my grand nephews. The fish block is from Jenny Doan of Missouri Star fame. Her You Tube tutorial is called Summer School.Cydney's Baby Quilt

Lots of Face Masks

Kim Toffel

Hello All! Hope you and yours are all safe. Along with the ever popular toilet paper, 1/4” elastic is also harder to find than “Bigfoot”. I am making these masks and found that some stretchy material I had worked if cut into 1 1/2 inch strips , folded, and zig zag stitched. Doesn’t seem to fray and appears to regain its stretch. Hope it works! (Ruthann and Naomi..once an OT, always an OT, right?)Kim's Face Mask

Deb Messina

Working on masks to be used to help preserve the medical masks that are currently in such short supply. I’ve put up some info about this effort – along with some patterns on my website. QuiltersCornerStore.comDeb's Face Mask

Carolyn Bahrman

Our neighbor runs the local Mother’s Milk Bank. They are desperate for masks. Five of us are working on them including Jessica Cutright. If anyone has any elastic to donate, please call me. Carolyn Bahrman in the directory. Carolyn's Face Mask

Christie Frey

Inspired by Wendy Bond, I have been sewing face masks from stash all day. Having fun making these masks as well. Found multiple homes for them.Christie's Face Mask

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  1. Thank you for the inspirations. Theresa B – I love your playfulness. Teresa K – I love the free motion/long arm work on this quilt. I have a reminder and a question. Now that I am sewing hours very day instead of every week, How do you remember to clean your dogs? Per bobbin, per project, per hours of sewing? Haven’t cleaned your dogs recently? Your machine will thank you.

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