Monday, April 18, 2011

I Heart Pom-Pom Trim!...

Especially this jumbo size...

Isn't it sew fun!


It's part of the brand new sewing notions line by Riley Blake called Sew Together.

I've been having fun using "Sew Together" products as I'm designing new patterns and samples with my Sew Cherry fabric line...

I'm using the pom-pom's for 3 projects using these Sew Cherry Stripes...Sew Cherry Dots and Sew Cherry Ginghams...

And also these...

And these too.
I am really loving the way they turned out and I hope you do too when I'm finally able to show you:)
In the meantime girls...I'm still as busy as a bee in my studio preparing for Spring Market and I have pretty much used up all of the precuts and 5 yard cuts that were sent to me last month to design with.
Needless to say...I am now waiting impatiently for my bolts to arrive so that I have plenty to work with!


A few weeks ago Kassidy took this picture of me doing some applique.
She was trying to get my attention...lol...not an easy thing to do when I'm working.
I tend to live in my own little world when I'm in the middle of a project...or two...or 50!..haha...don't you?

Have a great Monday girls...and I'd love to know what you are up to!
xx
Lori

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19 comments:

Leanne said...

Hello from Australia, I just wanted to say how much I love your blog and I can't wait until your new line is available to buy, I LOVE it. I just hope I find it here. I can't wait to see what you have been making.

Cindy said...

Those pom poms are adorable!! Can't wait to see what you're up to!

My Vintage Mending said...

Ha! Not only do you look like the sweet little girl in your title photo this is a genius way of avoiding the kids arguing and the husband calling. Can't tell you how often I have to stop to attend to the nonsense. Genius...Smiles...Renee

Nedra said...

Every time I see Pom Pom's I think of you. The trim is going to look so cute on your new patterns.
Have you been listening to some good books while you sew?

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Those peeks are so beautiful Lori! I can't wait to see what you are up to for Market!

Darlene said...

I can't wait for:
1. Sew Cherry to be available for ME to purchase.

2. Market to be done so we can see what you've been stitching.

3. Sew Cherry to be available for ME to purchase.

4. Your bolts to arrive so you can keep stitching away.

5. Sew Cherry to be available for ME to purchase.

:-)

DJ Rose said...

I am drooling over this fabric. Yumm. I am in need of finishing up a quilt. The top's done, now I just need to steel my nerves and quilt it up. Then I'll have to bind it. My first time binding . . . Scary but fun.

Plus my friend has talked me into sewing up Easter dresses this week.

Bolo heads said...

I have eight Easter dresses to sew this week. Three dresses and a skirt for my own children, two dresses for my personal trainer, and then helping (or doing) two dresses for a friend. My baby is sick and has been throwing up since Thursday, so my sewing today is shot because we have to go to the Doctor.
Good luck with getting your projects done, I am going to need some of it to get mine done.

Lisa Martin said...

My little girl Katelyn who is 8 feels the same way!!!

The Nielson Family said...

Headphones--that's what I need! Then I could really drown out the kids :) lol!

Cynthia said...

Thanks for including us on your exciting journey! I already have my wish list ready for your fabric line and can hardly wait to see the patterns! The anticipation is killing me!!! I found your collection on fatquartershop.com. That piece you are appliqueing is pretty big :)

sewdaughter said...

I just adore the big pom poms with the red fabric! I am working on a baby quilt for a special little guy due in July. I needed to get a head start because I always have a few projects going at once! Happy quilting!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Love that picture of you - I wanna' know what you were listening too! :)

irene gardner said...

Love everthing you do and design! Finally made it from Goergia to the Salt Lake area to visit family, and got to visit some of the shops you mention in your blog. Awesome places...bought your patterns and lots of fabric.I can't wait to start sewing! Woohoo!
Irene Gardner

donna said...

I love pom pom's to they are so cute. I am still on the look out for Sew Cherry.
Hugs
donna

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Thats a cute pic of you. How funny, you are so in the zone. The jumbo balls look so cute next to your darling fabric. Can't wait to get my hands on it! It seems like it has been way longer than 10 days since we had lunch and talked about when it is hitting stores. Tapping foot.

Pat said...

I love the pom-pom trim. I have some to use but not sure where I want to use it.

sissyjane said...

I love pom-poms! ...and anything red!...so you are singing my song!!!

I also have my sewing room in my basement, so I really am closed into my world! ...everyone else stay out!!

Beehive Quilts - Peggy Robles said...

Nice to see a picture of you where you have identified yourself in it.

I am going to Market next week, too. I will be excited to see your fabric and meet you directly.

Love your work.
Peggy

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