Fleece Throw

I have had a fleece throw kit taking up space in the sewing studio. With Betty Boop still in the hospital awaiting her new parts, now seems like a great time to put this kit together.

Fleece Throw

This was a quick and easy project and I am so happy that it is finished!

Fleece Throw

I’ll be snuggling up with this comfy throw this winter while reading, stitching, or just being a couch potato!

Fleece Throw

Quilt On!

14 responses to “Fleece Throw

  1. Hi Laura! And before you can snuggle underneath it, it will provide cute new decor. It looks fab. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. Poor Betty Boop! I need to send you one of my Featherweights that has never been used by me. LOL. Hugs

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  3. I learned my lesson about a second machine when my one and only broke day one of a blizzard. Stuck at home for almost a week and couldn’t sew anything.

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    • That is a very sad story, Donna! I do have a Juki…straight stitch only…that I can take off of the Grace frame and use if I get really desperate. Things are working out right now…I am making progress on other projects. πŸ™‚

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  4. That turned out nicely! Good luck with Betty Book – fingers crossed that it won’t be much longer! πŸ™‚

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  5. Very cute quilt and nice to have it finished, just as the cold begins to creep in at night. Hope Betty Boop is home soon.

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  6. It’s so much fun when you can remove a big β€œthing” from the sewing room and have it usable! I’m feeling that too at the moment, wanting all these big projects finished so I have some clear space! πŸ˜‰

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