Over the weekend our daughter Kelli was home. At the last minute she decided to enter a project in Moda’s new project, SLICE. If you haven’t heard about it, here are a few details. Participants make a project during the month of February as their “audition” project. Each of those projects need to make from a Moda precut with optional extra yardage. They have to be for the office or studio and need to include a buckle in the design. These project will be judged. From there, participants will be selected to go on to the next level of competition. Then they will need to complete one project each week competing to have the best project.
Kelli came up with this idea. It is meant to help her organize her sewing goodies.
There are seven different pockets all together.
Here’s a preview of the pockets. I love this one with the braid.
This one is a pincushion.
This one has a red work embroidery work.
This one has a cute raw edge ruffle.
I love the added rick rack.
Two of the blocks feature quilt blocks. This one has a star….
and this one has a Friendship Star.
Isn’t it just the cutest?!
I spent part of the day sewing on my crumb quilt and the rest of the day working on my Quilt Square Quilt Along blocks….
If you want to see projects others have submitted for the SLICE competition, follow this link to Flickr. Leave Kelli some comments there. She is so nervous about the whole project and could use a little love. If you want to see what others have on their design walls, follow this link to Patchwork Times, Freshly Pieced, and Sew Happy Geek.