Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Chenille Brush….

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Last Tuesday night the ladies from Club Quilt had a treat, we had the lovely Pauline and he DH Rob come to Narromine to share with us there travelling Quilters World…..Dale and I also caught up with Pauline at the Sydney Craft Show, we were very impressed …..I think all our ladies were very happy with what Pauline had to share with us…

(if you are part of a quilting group look into Pauline coming for a visit, she is amazing…)…

This is one of the tools I purchased (I did buy a few so i do have a bit of show and tell to share with you over the next few days)…this is a Chenille brush and on the weekend I made this little blanket for one little man Tarj…….Pauline has some amazing tools which she sells online….

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Tarj and his shaggy quilt and Ollie looking very jealous…..I am happy with the shaggy look…!!!

(the quilt has not been washed at all, this look was achieved with the brush)…

Happy Tuesday, take care, keep safe

Peg

Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet. 

17 comments:

Susan said...

Tarj looks very happy with his blanket. I think you'd better start sewing one for Ollie too.

De said...

Tarj looks just like he loves his shaggy! I have didnt get the brush but will post later about my chennille!

Cheryll said...

And a certain furry recipient looks impressed and HaPPy with it too!
Nice job Peg! :)

shez said...

doesnt Tarj look impressed with his new blanket.I havent done chenilleling before,but i have always admired it,well done Peg.xx

Christine said...

Lucky Tarj with his new quilt. That brush sounds really good .. I have a raggy quilt that I have never got round to 'raggying'.

rosa said...

Pobre Ollie,ahora le toca una manta tan bonita como la otra,te ha quedado muy bonita,besos

Jen said...

Shaggy quilt for Tarj looks great. I only ever use a nail bush for my 'raggy' quilts and it works a treat - no need for washing as you said.

DAWNIE said...

Oh nice work, just love looking a new tools and things, glad it was a success

Tatkis said...

Such a lovely chenille mini-quilt! Wonderful!

Hugs,
Tatyana

Julia said...

Great job Peg ;0) I love those "rag-rugs" We have a new puppy (she is 15 weeks old now)... maybe I should make one for her.

Chookyblue...... said...

looks great Peg......your going to be the gadget princess....

Deb R said...

You make it look soo easy, Tarj looks like a happy chappy!!

Marilyn said...

Lovely raggy rug for Tarj. He looks very happy to have it. The brushes work well.

Simone de Klerk said...

A magical brush! I don't think Tarj will let anyone take the quilt away from him. Will Ollie also get one?

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Awww to cute :)

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