Happy Thanksgiving from Canada!

Happy Thanksgiving from Canada!

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

In Wednesday Tute 21, I showed you how to print 16 sheets of fabric for 50 of these fussy cut stars (400 diamonds).

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

It is amazing how many I can sew in short breaks through the day.

Relaxing. Satisfying.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

It makes me happy to see my pile of beautiful stars growing.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

The hard part is not sewing all day long. I try to stop with just one and get back to work on the next new shape collections.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

These stars are all made with the free Diamond/Triangle/Square shape collection.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

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Russ is making one of my Thanksgiving favorites—pumpkin cheesecake.

Columbus Day makes it a long weekend in the USA too. Are you printing or sewing today?

Linda & Monkey

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10 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving from Canada!”

  1. I wish I had your eye to visualize the fussy-cut possibilities/patterns/combinations that you have. But I don’t…yet! 🙂 Here’s a tip that might help others like me: Simply scan your fabric and then print it on a sheet on paper. Now you can try all kinds of variations without wasting fabric, printing more “fabric” as needed until you get the perfect fussy-cut design.

  2. Happy Thanksgiving!
    It’s hard to believe that these are all from the same fabric, isn’t it? Lovely! I am doing virtual sewing today by looking at your stars and imagining the needle going in and out of the fabric in a beautiful running stitch. Workladen on this holiday, but your stars are inspiring!
    Thanks to you, Monkey, and Russ for all you do for us!

  3. Linda these are beautiful. Think I will l look for a special fabric and make some stars. You inspire me.
    Happy Canadian Thanksgiving

  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Linda.
    Those stars are SO enticing! I want to play and make kaleidoscope stars, but the pickle dish is my priority for stitching right now. And that’s what I will be stitching on this lovely Thanksgiving day!

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