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December 2, 2019
Scribble Stitching.....Tea Time ! from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full


After the cattle were fed this morning...











I spent the rest of the day in the Thread Shed...


I drew and cut out this pattern for a new

Scribble Stitch...





I challenged myself to only use fabrics 

already out on my work table...





Here is the design cut out, glued down

and ready to scribble stitch...





The black stitching 

definitely enhances the design...





 Tea Time

Scribble Stitching





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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

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November 23, 2019
Scribble Stitching.....more Happy Campers from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full


While I was contemplating the quilting

design on the Dresden Quilt...



I moved over to the work table and cut out

and glued down another Happy Camper...






Here it is with scribble stitching...







And, a purple Happy Camper...






with scribble stitching...






All of the Happy Campers 

are stitched.......FUN !



This is Golden Girl



In our herd of cattle, she is a unique color...

on a sunny day when she is clean and dry her 

hair is nearly blonde.



This is Golden Girl's mother last Spring:


This is Golden Girl's new sister...

we named her Goldie.

She also has ...

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November 21, 2019
Scribble Stitching.....Happy Camper from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full



My entire life is organized with Sticky Notes...



Most of my quilt designs begin 

with a Sticky Note...





This Sticky Note evolved into 

an actual pattern...






Happy Camper......Pattern





Just a glue stick holds the fabric pieces

onto the background square.





Happy Camper is now ready for some 

scribble stitching...





Scribble Stitching.....complete





These polka dot fabrics are calling to me...





Yes, another Happy Camper is born...





Happy Campers......Scribble Stitching





This is the back side of scribble stitching




This is an image I captured this morning

while driving the feed wagon:


I am driving the feed wagon...

the Cowboy ...

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November 19, 2019
Scribble Stitching......Goes BIG from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full


Scribble Stitching continues...


I used some of my hand dyes

for the background squares...





Flower 1




Flower 2




Flower 3




Flower 4



I decided to go with a 

bigger background square:


Bigger Scribble Stitch Flowers...














Bigger is Better !





18 inch background squares









It is FUN working LARGE !





Go BIG or Go home !





I spent the day with the 

Harlan Valley Quilters.

Treats were part of our Stitch Day !





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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

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November 13, 2019
Scribble Stitching....Continues from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full


Each morning after the cattle are fed,

I try and get out to the Thread Shed

for a little.....Scribble Stitching



The blue fabric has been backed with

fusible stabilizer....to avoid puckers





The black thread accentuates the

Scribble Stitching...






It is time to turn these stitch panels into bags...






I had time today to finish up a

Tote Bag and a Zipper Case...

Super FUN !





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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

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November 12, 2019
Scribble Stitching.....Again from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full


This scrap of fabric looks like flowers to me...



I cut out the circle shapes and

stitched them into flowers...






A dab of glue stick on the back of the circle

held them in place long enough to be

stitched down onto the fabric base...






The fabric base has fusible stabilizer 

on the back side...






These are fast and FUN !





I am a recovering perfectionist.

I work very hard at not being perfect.

This scribble stitching has set me FREE !











These pieces range in size from

8 x 8  to  8 x 12 inches





I had two partial circle shapes ...

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Scribble Stitching... from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full


Last month I started playing around with

scribble stitching

on note cards...



Stitch Cards





I decided to try scribble stitching on fabric:


I LOVE it !!!





I ironed fusible stabilizer to the back

of the fabric to keep it from puckering...





I do love me some messy stitching !





These are approx 8 x 10 inches in size...






I plan to use them for the fronts of 

zipper bags...










Scribble Stitching.....give it a try !




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