Friday, June 19, 2009

"Ketchup" Day

This weekend Pat Sloan is having a "Ketchup Challenge" to take a project and bring it forward. I started today because Heather and I are taking a little road trip tomorrow to hit some quilt shops in Burke and Occoquan Virginia, and then to spend the night babysitting Elsie. So my "Ketchup Weekend" was a "Ketchup Day".

I started with my Walk in the Moonlight pieced background, and today I got all of the rest of the applique fused down.

I think I have about half of the blanket stitching done, so Monday will be a marathon blanket stitching day!

By the end of the day, this is what my "Ketchup Project" looked like :)

This pattern can be found in the book "Learn to Applique with Pat Sloan". Have a great "Ketchup Weekend"!

~ Dawn


SewCalGal said...

Beautiful. Very beautiful. You did an excellent job. Thanks for sharing.

I've always been a bit fearful of trying something like this, but I think you've motivated me to give it a try.


Karen said...

It took me a few seconds to get the "ketchup". Very cute. Your piece that you are doing "ketchup" on is beautiful!!

Jan in TN said...

Dawn, that is gorgeous!!!
Jan in TN

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Very pretty! Worth Ketchupping on!

Messy Karen said...

such beautiful colors.

Dawn said...

Thanks for all the nice comments!