Stitching — Painted fabric and stitch

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Creating the liner for the vintage laundry cart today.  I stitched all the painted fabric pieces I had fashioned for the pattern, leaving extra room for some “sag”.  I did not want to stretch on the seams when the cart was full of my fabric stash.  So I fitted it out with clothes pins and am deciding how to attach to the cart itself and to fully line it or not.  But I thought you would all like to see the “dry run.  I also took some of the fabric remnants and stitched this little moon-pie face pillow to tuck into a chair. Must have been the crisp Autumn air this morning that put the stitching bug back in me, but I needed a creative break day and boy it felt good. What did you create today?


Face one side

Face one side

Faces second side

Faces second side

Both ends

Both ends

close up

close up

Moonpie face pillow

Moonpie face pillow


  1. I adore your laundry cart! This is so bright, so fun, and so you!!

  2. those colors, those faces, that fabric, oh my! Just love it all. So happy you found time to create this. Your dry run is a home run!

  3. Love it! With a laundry cart like that someone will be looking forward to doing the laundry!! That pillow looks great too. Glad you found some time to do some stitchery.

  4. Just fantastic, this really is living at, what a wonderful idea! Hugs, Valerie

  5. As always I love your fun colours and characters, this looks to have been a great day!

  6. This just keeps getting better and better! Just make sure your Super Hero doesn’t throw any dirty socks in their! How about attaching with strips of Velcro?

  7. That has got to be the coolest laundry cart I’ve ever seen!!!!

  8. Your second picture looks like how I feel!
    But your last picture is where I WANT to be!
    Love the sparkle of the eyes!

  9. What a colorful and fun creation…
    this will delight you for years and years to come…
    so original and useful too!

  10. You got a LOT accomplished today. The dry run looks good, as does the pillow. Of course, I adore the painted fabric. It speaks to me.

    What did I do today? Worked on the computer, mostly. Not much fun and not much art, but I’ve been sewing a few things, at least.

  11. great faces! made me smile! my day was paper work , laundry and the gym! nothing exciting. did create some figures for the latest project. more on that anon.

  12. Terri Kahrs says:

    OMG, Girl! This totally ROCKS laundry day!!! You’re the only one I know who could make laundry ‘fun’!!! I adore it!!! ♥

  13. This is so out of the box, “amazing” is just the word for it, wonderfully painted fabric and such an unusual use for it. And that sweet little cushion face – oh my!!!!!

  14. I love your fantastic faces, dear Corrine, they are like from another world, and yet so familiar ,
    and what a laundry cart, you have now, so wonderfully painted fabrics ,to give you this amazing “new” cart. The pillow will smiling invite you to sit and create , how sweet she is.
    Sending weekend hugs !!

  15. OMGosh Corrinne!! This is outstanding! and the pillow is cool too! What a fabulous liner and cart !! I’m thinking Anthropolgy would want to carry those!! Quick- put your seal on it!! xoxoxoxo

  16. Oh, having something colourful and bright like this in your house is sure to brighten someone ‘s day! And that pillow is so cute! Love it all!

  17. what a great job you’ve done! beautiful, artistic, and practical. did i say beautiful and artistic?! yes. yes, it is.

  18. Absolutely without a doubt LOVE THIS CART!!!!! It is AWESOME in every way!!!!! SO VERY COOL. Very Picasso…. and I LOVE Picasso.

  19. I might actually want to do laundry if it involved such a bright and colorful piece of eye candy! Love the pillows too.

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