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Some Happy Talk.

After dumping my troubles it’s time for some fun and happy stuff.

 I promised to show you some of what I’ve been working on this past month. 

In my last video I had shown some quilting projects I wanted to get done before Halloween. 

I did finished the top Tape Measure. 




I really like how it turned out. I plan on quilting it myself on the machine. 


And right now I’m working on the table runners for my daughters. They were here to help me after the surgery and I was thinking I would work on them while they were here but that didn’t happen. 




This is what I have completed so far.  

I was working on the star blocks and found the the directions are incorrect and had to fudge some. 

The other project was a test knit I did. The socks turned out so cute. 


The pattern is called Louie and Prim Cat Socks by razzafrogie. 

You can get the pattern on Ravelry, it’s a paid pattern.

It was an easy pattern and the cat and paws are stitched on after you finished knitting by doing what’s called a duplicate stitch. 

I’ll be making some more for Christmas gifts 

I have more but I’ll save it for next time

Kat

Comments

  1. Love those socks, they will make great gifts, lucky recipients.

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  2. Love your Tape Measure quilt, the table runner is going to be so cute and those socks are fantastic! You are definitely making good use of your time!

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  3. HI Kat! Scaredy Cat THis and THat has wonderful fabrics. Your selection is better than the original!

    Tape Measure is a wonderful Halloween colored quilt! You found the perfect arrangement of the blocks as well!

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