Tuesday, February 7, 2012

My “Go”…with silk

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I have another needle case that I have made, this time from silk…. Pete one of my bosses came home from one of his overseas trips, (he always brings back a little something for me), and one of the gifts was 10 pieces of silk, so I tried the “GO”using  the silk…..lots of fraying, but, I did enjoy using this as well…next time I am going to mix a few combinations, maybe silk, wool, chenille ????

Happy Tuesday

Take care Peg…

The purpose of our lives is to be happy.

14 comments:

  1. Sounds like the perfect boss.

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  2. They look lovely.... such fun to play with the silk...
    Hugz

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  3. Looks really pretty, Peg. Obviously quite versatile your little "go-er!"

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  4. What a lovely present for you Peg and the silk has worked beautifully in your new needlecase.

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  5. whow Peg,love how you are trying different textured fabrics,well done,great to see that your bosses look after you.xx

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  6. That looks gorgeous - and I love that hot pink colour.

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  7. Looks wonderful, Peg - and lucky you with such a generous boss! What is you fuse the silk to Pellon or similar before you put it through the GO - do you think that might stabilize it a bit?

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  8. love the colours Peg and looks like you're having fun with your little go baby :)

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  9. It's lovely Peg...and what a wonderful gift from your boss...

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  10. Look great Peg must be fun playing with your go.

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  11. sounds great! I never thought about putting silk in my GO cutter but it is definetley worth a try. It does cut wool perfectly.

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  12. I love the bright colours, especially the pink! I love flowers embellishing anything...

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  13. Yummy silk - what a lovely boss you have!!!

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  14. So pretty... I love the silk, a really luxurious touch!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg