Infinity Scarves and Soap Aprons

I’m making things in bunches. Why? I’m not sure.

Infinity Scarves

Infinity Scarves

Infinity Scarves

Infinity Scarves

 

And all of this fabric is coming from my stash.

Infinity Scarves

Infinity ScarvesThis one is a voile and a shot cotton. I really think it makes the best combination. I have yards and yards of the green shot cotton from Bon Bon’s closing sale.

Infinity ScarvesInfinity ScarvesI also have yards of that aqua shot cotton. You might recognize it from my wonky cross blocks. I bought most of it at Bon Bon, too, but some of it came from Sarah’s in Lawrence. The voile was leftover from a scarf I made myself. I LOVE this combination.

Infinity Scarves

Infinity Scarves

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this print, but I have never found a good use for it. I cannot remember how it got into my stash either. I know it came with a couple of other prints in the same line. I might have to look through old blog posts and see if it shows up somewhere in there. I paired it with a Cotton Couture that I got from I Don’t Do Dishes. This is definitely a heavier combination because the print is a regular quilting cotton, but I think it still drapes nicely.

Infinity Scarves

Infinity ScarvesAnd last, but not least, is my favorite. I’m totally in love with that purple shot cotton. I must find more of it. It has the most beautiful sheen I’ve ever seen on a shot cotton. And it pairs so well with the light gray Cotton Couture. Gah! So pretty!

The infinity scarves aren’t quite done. I need to sew them into a loop, but that shouldn’t take a lot of work.

Soap ApronsAs for the soap aprons, I got them all quilted and cut out. Now I just need to put the bias tape around them. My mom has loads of it and she is sending me some. I used fat quarters and solid scraps. There’s quite a few underneath the ones pictured. I probably have 10.

And totally not related to what I’ve been working on…my mom sent me these pictures this last weekend.

Juki Industrial

Juki IndustrialI’m not sure what my mom is planning on doing with an industrial machine, but it’s pretty cool and could be handy to have around.

 

 

 

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