Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Random: Cooking Dumplings

I am cooking {dumplings}!

 { the dumpling family}

{ the minis}

 { I shall save one for myself}

 { which??}

 { Dumpling# 1, side a}

 {Dumpling #1, side b}

 {Dumpling #2, side a}

 {Dumpling# 2, side b}

 {Dumpling# 3, side a}

 {Dumpling # 3, side b}

 {Dumpling #4, side a}

 {Dumpling #4, side b}

 {Dumpling # 5, side a}

 {Dumpling #5, side b}

 {Dumpling #6, side a}

 {Dumpling # 6, side b}

 {Dumpling # 7, side a}

 {Dumpling # 7, side b}

 {Dumpling # 8, side a}

 {Dumpling # 8, side b}




I have been {cooking} some yummy {dumplings}! Each day, I made little progress on them and they surely turn out cute and really fun to make!  Hope you are not tired of these scrappy patchwork projects that I have been posting/ working. I haven't play in my own stashes for a little while! These scraps are so many possibilities for me! More dumplings for me before the holidays.  I carefully matched the zipper colors with each {dumpling}. The zippers were purchased here, and I am really happy with the quality and how fast they shipped.

It sounds crazy, but I have total of 8 bigger dumplings and 3 minis. I love the minis so much even though it is the harder version. Somehow I like the size of it and it would be great for threads and buttons and a small pair of scissors.  Maybe a set of dumpling from big to small.

Find the patchwork steps here 

I shall return and continually cooking....

xxC


20 comments:

  1. Chase, those are gorgeous!!!! You totally rocked these, mine never turn out so pretty!

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  2. So cute! You have a real talent for mixing fabrics!

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  3. these are so so cute Chase and such beautiful fabrics x

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  4. They are so cute!! Love them all!! I think I will make some too!! Great gifts!! AnneK:-)

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  5. I would never get tired of looking at your patchwork projects - they are so adorable! Did you want us to tell you which one to keep? Too hard to decide. Mix them up and close your eyes, then pick one!!

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  6. Oooooh, they turned out so fine, Chase! As always :))

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  7. Beautiful! I just made a couple of the minis myself! I blogged about t over there on my blog so check it out. They're really fun and I'm glad to say that I've accomplished the curved zipper! :)

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  8. You are the Master Chef of dumplings, Chase! These are so colorful, fun and pretty. Perfect gifts!
    ; )

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  9. I will never get tired of looking at your work . It is such fun to look at . Thank you for all your lovely photos and all the sharing .

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  10. I love these. I actually found the dumpling pattern you are using earlier this week and thought about maby try to make one myself, after seeing yours I definetely will. :)

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  11. I love these. I actually found the dumpling pattern you are using earlier this week and thought about maby try to make one myself, after seeing yours I definetely will. :)

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  12. I love these. I actually found the dumpling pattern you are using earlier this week and thought about maby try to make one myself, after seeing yours I definetely will. :)

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  13. I love these! They are such fun, and so pretty to look at too. You must feel very satisfied to have made so many!

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  14. All of them are wayyyyyy to cute... Can't choose.. Either one you chose to keep would be cute n nice anyway.. I wanna make some too..

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  15. I love that pattern. It is hard to stop sewing them once you start though! Your scrappy piecing makes them particularly adorable.

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  16. Question - do you still use the interfacing even though you do them quilted?

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