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Debbie Abrahams mystery cushion

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outtolunchagain Tue 16-Apr-13 07:53:58

Has anyone done one of these ,I did a course recently with DA and really enjoyed it and am finding the idea of doing one of these quite attractive .

Keep telling myself I haven't got time but still keep coming back to it . Seems like a good way to practice lots of techniques , have a bit of fun and end up with a lovely cushion at the end of it .

outtolunchagain Thu 18-Apr-13 11:04:47

No one?

SoupDragon Thu 18-Apr-13 11:23:07

I've no idea what it is smile

Tallyra Fri 19-Apr-13 08:16:43

No idea, sorry. But a friend if mine designed a mystery quilt and it was good fun following the instructions without knowing the final result...

outtolunchagain Fri 19-Apr-13 09:15:00

Yes it's a bit like that, it takes five months, she also does a blanket but that's a bit pricey for me and over a year.A bit of me says you have enough things you want to knit on your plate blushbut this seemed a good way of practicing techniques and ending up with a lovely cushion in the end ,oh dear am talking myself into it againblush

Tallyra Fri 19-Apr-13 10:23:50

Ok. What else are you doing and what time scales do you have? (trying to help with objectivity, I sometimes list stuff, which makes me realise I need to finish things, not start more....)

outtolunchagain Fri 19-Apr-13 10:58:43

Well..... How long have you got.Actually it's about deciding what I'd rather do isn't it .At the moment I have a cushion which needs sewing up ,am finishing an accessory project which I started on this course I went on at the weekend.Must finish the socks which I started for dh , will try to get the heel turned this weekend as once that's done they are pretty quick.Also want to knit a small wrap/ shawl for a friend who is very unwell .

After that its about deciding on the next big project , have my eye on a huge intarsia cushion in a book I had for Xmas but that would be a big one , hmmmm decisions .

Tallyra Fri 19-Apr-13 11:04:43

Haha. sounds about as decisive as me! grin. I don't understand half of what you just Saud (quilter, not knitter) but it sounds like me. I have about 4 things in various states of being finished. I finished one over the holiday and started another ad o I'm not any better off at all!

outtolunchagain Fri 19-Apr-13 11:07:02

The thing is I enjoy the making but not the finishing"if you see what I mean. I do also have a disaster project which is lurking at the bottom of my bag which I keep promising myself I will sort out but keep getting distracted . Dh finds it all a bit perplexing I think

Tallyra Fri 19-Apr-13 14:31:55

ditto. finishing is the hardest bit. My disaster project was a pile of badly sized blocks that I decided to get finished and cut them all down to the same size. the quilt is now smaller than intended but nearly finished and not nearly as hated now! grin

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