- I really like using a Kit for a new craft. All the pieces are there, they are color coordinated and there is essentially no waste.
- The pattern for this mat was well drafted and accurate.
- The written directions were good, a little wordy at times. Not entirely clear on some points explanations a little more complicated than they needed to be, but totally manageable.
- The Steam-a-Seam 2 adhered well to the black wool base mostly because the backing fabric was applied immediately, not manipulated and handled before it was secure.
- The finished weight of the piece is good. It lies nice and flat, no curled edges. The double pennies help with that.
- I will make another one, same size with my wools and a different process. I'll let you know how that works out.
- Have I mentioned how much I like working with wool? (:)
- about the kit
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
The Finish, These Pennies are Ready for the Count!
Christmas did indeed come early for me, in July. Her name is Lola. While sorting out the project boxes to pull the Christmas fabrics, ...
Goodie Gumdrops as muttered by Lord Grantham as he was trying to absorb the cultural changes of the world around him. I am in the same bo...
Much to my surprise the photos I wanted to share this day were of a miniature quilt. Well fiddle-de-de Miss Scarlet they did not show up ...
The Charm Jumble rows are all assembled, pressed with seams open, starched (because I like to do that) and hanging on the front bar of th...