In progress, just about, is the design wall piano. I’ve decided making a completely cream coloured  cover would look like those dust sheets they used to cover the furniture in Victorian novels so I’m thinking of incorporating  these squares from a fabric sample book, which I never seem to find a use for. I’m hoping to blend it it into wall a bit more and also reminding myself this is meant to be a quick waste-not-want-not project – not an amazing quilted piano cover!

Apart from that I don’t have much that’s progressed beyond the design stage…

some tessellated fish
Except this Shoe pincushion (blogged here)

pincushion stuffing in toe
space for thimble etc
needle case sole
And a very organised sewing room
If only there were more hours in the day!

Janine @ Rainbow Hare

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8 thoughts on “WIP

  1. Cindy Sharp says:

    Make the back solid so you can use the big flat space for your bigger quilt layouts.

    If your turn the keys towards the wall you can use it for storage too….if you don't intend to play it anytime soon.

    Great thinking.


  2. Anna says:

    Making a pretty cover for your piano is a great idea! I like that the piano will be your design “wall” haha :) I am sometimes tempted to stick blocks to my white husky for photos… he could be my.design dog? I love your little pin cushion, too!


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