Well here she is folks. My very first attempt at dresden plate. I decided to make a runner for my kitchen table. I felt that if I put on a border print it would take away from the colourful plate. So I opted for red binding only. Looks great I must admit.
Do you remember aways back when I started stitching Winter Wishes. A Cranberry Hill design.
Well here is another project done in lots of time for Christmas. Time to gather the neat gifts that I will fill this cute bag with. Not sure whom the recipient will be.
While I was in the mode for making things I had DH cut me a piece of plywood 20" x 35". You guessed it a ironing surface right close at hand.
I purchased insul-bright and I still had enough material left over from my ironing board and display board. So here goes a mini tutorial,
1- 20"x35" plywood
1- 30"x40" insul-bright
1- 36"x46" fabric of your choice.
First I laid down my fabric wrong side up, then the insul-bright , then the board.
I covered the board by pulling the my layers of fabric and insul-bright taunt to the back of the board. then proceeded to use the stapler gun.
Turn over and use. Thats all there is to it.
You can make it any size you like, but thats what was available for me.
As for the FW machine, who knows what I may find or when.....
until next time,