Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Hexagon Table Runner......#3


English Paper Pieced.....Hexagons



I enjoy a hand piecing project when we travel,

so I am putting together a 

take-a-long table runner.





After all of the paper hexagons are covered with 

fabric, I put down a white piece of fabric and

arrange the table runner...





This is my third table runner,

and I still enjoy the process.















The pieces are all arranged,

but not sewn together just yet...





I pin each hexagon to the fabric base.

They will live on this fabric until they

are hand pieced together.

The fabric will not remain under the hexagons.






Once they are all pinned down,

this becomes a portable project and

the hexagons will stay in the proper order

for stitching.


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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Candy Bag.....Zip Cases 3


A few more FUN zip cases...



still having a great time stitching up these bags...












Most any package works with Iron On Vinyl:


Yes, Oreo packages work great !







Once you begin making these,

you will begin looking at your packaging 

in a whole new light...


Tater Tot Zip Case





Steak Fries Zip Case





Food packages make FUN Zip Cases !






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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Wonky Coaster....Class


Welcome to the Permission 2 Play Class



We are creating.....Wonky Coasters



Check out our new classroom space...


Philomath City Park
Randy Kugler Community Hall 



The table is set for.....FUN:


3mm Felt, 1mm Felt,
template shapes, scissors, glue sticks





Our new classroom has plenty of light !





The students chose their colors of felt and

began cutting out shapes with the templates...










3 Wonky Coasters.....ready for stitching...





The 3mm felt is the bottom/base of the coaster.

The 1mm felt is layered on top.



The students moved over to the sewing machines:


There is a whole lot of stitching going on !





Instructor, Nancy Bryant, assists a student

with the sewing machine.



Let the good times roll...
























Wonky Coasters make you....smile !







A pile of coasters wrapped up

and ready for gift giving...










Who knew FELT could be this FUN !



Please join us at our new location:

Permission 2 Play
February 27, 2020 @ 1:00
Philomath City Park
Randy Kugler Community Hall
299 S 23rd Street
Philomath, OR
East of Philomath High School, off of Applegate






Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for cancer diagnosed patients.
No experience is necessary to participate.
All supplies are provided for the students.
Classes are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 
Philomath City Park, Randy Kugler Community Hall, Philomath, OR

If you are interested in joining this class contact:
LuAnn Kessi   kessi@pioneer.net

Our Best To You,
Instructors: Nancy Bryant, Kathi Borrego, 
Debbie van der Sommen, LuAnn Kessi

 Many Thanks for the support of:
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop, OSU Folk Thrift Club of Corvallis, OR, Mary's River Quilt Guild, Donations made by private individuals, Good Samaritan Hospital, Samaritan Regional Cancer Center, Corvallis Clinic Oncology, Project H.E.R.
You make this class possible.

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Pincushion Thread Catcher.....Class


I attended a Quilt Retreat this week...



We started out the retreat by stitching up

Pincushion Thread Catchers





If you have never made one of these,

there are a lot of online tutorials out there...





Once you make one,

you will wonder how you got along without it.















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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

Friday, January 17, 2020

Bowling...



I caught the Bowl bug...



This is the third Fabric Wrapped Bowl 

this week...



After 2 oval bowls,

I made a round bowl:


I rolled the top edge of the bowl..... down






I like it !


I put all of the bowl making supplies 

away in the closet.

I need to move on.







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LuAnn Kessi

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Fabric Wrapped Clothesline.....Bowl


I haven't made a 

fabric wrapped clothesline bowl

in 5 years...


I thought I would give it a try:


Just as much FUN as I remembered !





The fabric strips are a few 

batiks and some hand dyes...





The oval shape was easier than I remembered...






It is rainy, dark and gloomy outside...

these colors cheered me up !





This one will replace the one I made 5 years ago 

that we store our remote controls in.



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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi