Friday, August 8, 2014

the shark has been tamed!

Well, it is finished!

This has been a big challenge for me! I guess challenges are always a learning experience though.
It started out like this... so I guess it has progress a long way!
If you haven't seen the previous posts, this is supposed to be a stylized version of the San Jose Sharks logo. My daughters boyfriend is a big fan, and they requested a duvet cover ...and gave me complete creative control   LOL.
 It was more difficult that I thought it would be, working with large pieces of fabric, no pattern and crawling around on the floor moving pieces around!

But I is done now!
I made an envelope closure on the back, and used buttons.  I put the buttons on the inside so that you cant see them. (and the puppy cant chew on them!)  Fortunately my sewing machine has a button hole maker, and even a button sewing mode...it is pretty cool! and fast!

Then last night I washed it up and stuffed the duvet into it. I will take it out to Calgary next week, and hope they like it.

Linking up to TGIFF..this week over at Quilt Matters.(this week I am TRULY happy to finished!!)
And over at Quilt Matters,  check out M-R's beautiful "Modern Totums" quilt...I love it!  

7 comments:

  1. It turned out great! Very modern. Love it. And I can just imagine you crawling around on the floor. I've often thought those gardening knee pads might be a wise investment when I'm doing the same thing. Anyway, congrats! It's wonderful!

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  2. Wow, you are brave. But it turned out great. Congrats! and your hidden buttons are impressive.

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  3. Well done!! Love the idea of the buttons reversed.

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  4. wow!!!! That was fast Flo.....wonderful job on it too!!!!!

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  5. Yay! Yay! Yay! So cool, Flo! Way to go!

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  6. Great work!! You did it :-)

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  7. This turned out great! I like challenges too...they make you think and use all of your resources. They will love it!

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