Stuff Made by Mischief and Peanut's Mommy!
When Peanut graduated from Puppy Class, they didn't have a Grad Hat little enough for him, so mommy made one - puppy school (cats don't need to go to school) - yuck!!!
Now, the real "cat stuff" pictures
The above was a Halloween costume mom made, with adjustments to a commercial dog "tux" pattern. The back was embellished with embroidered designs (name/deck of cards) and "crystals" - the sparkly bits.
New Product for Cats (and Dogs too!)
A custom made bandana with her name embroidered on it. Available in a wide variety of fabrics.
Double Wedding Ring by Fun Easy Designed
Work in progress - picture taken on design wall. Watch for the finished quilt soon.
Some of my favorite quilts I enjoy in our home.
Stained Glass Dragonfly wallhanging.
I get to look at "the beach" everyday while eating breakfast. Landscape created from the book entitled "Skinny Quilts and Table Runners".
A pattern called "Fushia and Hummingbirds" - one of my favorites to make and look at. Lots of paper piecing and thread painting gives this quilt lots of texture and interest. I just love it!
Cottage Garden Quilt
This pretty quilt was delightful to make. It starts with a simple quilt block with embroidered decoupage flowers adding texture and interest to the quilt. The flower border is fabric which has the flowers printed on it and I have cut around each of them for added interest and a unique appearance. At each corner, an embroidered flower has been added.
The pattern for this quilt entitled "Cottage Garden Quilt" is featured in the Creative Expressions Magazine, Issue 30, 2011.
A La Chocolate!
This table topper was a joy to make with all of its various techniques. "A La Chocolate" with no calories!!!
This was a gift for a friend who has a lime green kitchen!!!! Need I say more!!!
A project I found in the vast stash of unfinished projects which was originally purchased as a gift for my mom!!! I finished it and gave it to my mom while she was out for a visit!
This is a project I started many, many years ago and finally had the time to finish it. The geisha is appliqued and the wisteria in the corner is embroidered, along with the face and the flowers on the fan.in
Finished quilt size is approximately 40 inches x 50 inches.
This was fabrics left over from a Mystery Quilt I made into a table topper and donated to a charity fundraiser.