Four reversible quilt-related mug rugs, 10.5" x 8.25" each, made by Pam Geisel for Project Quilting, Season 9, Challenge 5: A Stitch in Time, Mar. 2018 in Yellow Springs, Ohio
Literally or figuratively interpret the idiom "a stitch in time saves nine"
So seven years ago I bought some little fabric panels with a print that had comfy arm chairs with quilts on them, plus the same quilt with all twelve blocks showing, but I didn't know what I was going to do with them. So for almost every Project Quilting challenge since then, I'd take the fabric out and look at it and see if the current challenge inspired me to use them.
All of the quilt sides
All of the chair sides
Finally this week inspiration struck. The literal interpretation of "Stitch" (it's hard to see in these photos but there and some lines printed on them as if they were hand stitches).
What would these fabrics become? Mug rugs!
I quilted them (with no backing) then fused them together so the quilt on the back was the same as the quilt on the chair, then I bound them.
Stitch - what holds the quilts together. Time - I wish I had time to sit in that comfy chair and sew! Nine - one of the quilt patterns has a nine-patch variation.
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