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scrap happy update and another hexie

August 17, 2020

I couldn’t resist Kate’s suggestion that the shibori dyed mask would be  “She-Bear-i”

when lined with Winnie-the -Pooh

but then found that there wasn’t a fabric piece big enough to cut the lining

so it has 3 pieces joined

it will be my favorite mask

as I secretly smile behind it knowing I’m in good company

Monday totally crept up on me and I didn’t have a window hexie prepared

I choose a bright, busy fabric to get going – number 25

and found a plentiful supply of the teal from my designer days

the workroom must have made a cutting mistake and shortened several drapery panels

as green is a common colour in most of the hexies I’ve decided to start sewing connecting pieces

 I think there is going to be the need to do something with all of them in the end

whenever that comes!

8 Comments leave one →
  1. August 21, 2020 3:27 am

    I love your fun mask – especially that only you can see the most fun bit. I am glad you are stitching your hexies together to make a souvenir of this strange time.

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  2. August 18, 2020 3:31 pm

    I do agree … Kate definitely has a way with words 😍 both items very beautiful ♥️

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  3. August 17, 2020 1:36 pm

    Hurray! And I love the idea that you’re wearing a secret smile behind it. I also love knowing that those lovely hexies you’ve been marking the time with are going to have a useful life together as a ‘something’.

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    • August 17, 2020 1:56 pm

      Kate – yes, I’m still smiling even if it is hidden and I think the window hexies will make a lap blanket for winter evenings while I spin.

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  4. August 17, 2020 1:03 pm

    She-Bear-I hahaha…very funny. I wonder what other jokes are out there while people are secretly smiling?

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    • August 17, 2020 1:11 pm

      Kjerstin – Kate has a way with words. There are no more Pooh scraps left 😦 it is really interesting trying to read people behind their masks.

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