This month Carol challenged us with a theme of "Rose Colored Glasses".
It's been a long time, but this "Moose-kateer" is back and sporting her beautiful
"Rose Colored Glasses"
This challenge stumped me a bit, but when cleaning up some of my fabric mess once again, I stumbled on a piece of snow dyed fabric that I have been hanging onto for way too long. I love my hand dyes and crazy as it sounds, cutting into them is hard. I keep them because they are pretty, which makes it pretty silly to even bother dying fabric, if I'm not going to use it.
Snow dying frequently ends up with "Monet" looking results, so flowers just seemed to be a must.
Without further ado, let me introduce
"Mavis the Moose"
The border fabric is also a hand dye fabric and I worked out all the the math for my quilting, to make a nice frame effect...All was well, until I had a senior moment, and cut off all that math I had done, when trimming it all up.
Let's just say, Mavis had to plug her ears!
But that is a secret between you, me and Mavis!
A big thanks to Carol for hosting this months challenge and to all of you for visiting with us here in the MooseStash, today.
Please stop in and see what my fellow bloggers have been up to and leave them a little love...
We all love reading your comments. They really do make our day and keep us connected with each other.
It's been a fun week, seeing everyone's rosy projects!
You can find the complete schedule HERE
, if you missed anything.
We have another "Rosey"celebration coming this weekend.
Saturday my youngest son is getting married, so while it's a rosey time it's also a crazy time, here. I will respond to all my comments, if you are not a no-reply blogger, but it may take a few days.
Next month I will be hosting
Show us you PIGS!
PIGS - Projects in Grocery Sacks
UFOS -Unfinished Objects
WIPs - Works in Progress
Drop me an email if you want to join in.
There's always room for you!
In July, Carol is back and hosting "Picnic Party"!
Drop her an email and show us your favorite picnic theme projects.
til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'