Monday, January 16, 2017

Sewing in The Rectangle.

Looking back on our RV (The Rectangle) trip this year and my plans to quilt, it was not as quick and simple as I had thought. The machine is in a bay under the The Rectangle with all the other sewing items in a rolling tool box. It was much easier to pull our the knitting or the applique that was in The Rectangle. But I did do one project that was not hard and did not take a lot of space or storage. I made for the Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (WELCA) some finger labyrinths that will be put into each registration bag for our nation gathering in July 2017.
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  1. I really like these. I've often thought I should make one for myself. I have fond memories of walking a real labyrinth at my church, one we had borrowed that was painted onto a huge canvas like a giant throw rug.

    1. Yes, they were even peaceful to make and I love how portable they are.