Let's start with what was chosen us the winner for the ugliest fabric, and was randomly drawn by Miss Kimberly
Yeah, that's just ugly no matter how you look at it. And here's what she created!
She used a stack-and-whack technique, creating these amazing kaleidoscope-like flowers.
She's going to finish off the edges with a double piping, and make it into a prayer rug/mat.
And here's the fabric Miss Nicole chose.
Wow, what an unfortunate color combination. What were they thinking. Nicole came through with this cute potholder.
By matching the ugly fabric with a cute coordinating green fabric, she created something that actually works. It makes me feel Irish....and I'm not even Irish!;)
Nicole brought the potholder unfinished, and used it to help teach us how to bind at our last meeting. Thanks Nicole!
Next up is Miss Ruth and her ugly fabric.
What the what? This ugly fabric had her stumped about what to make for a long time. She finally gathered together a bunch of fall-inspired scraps of fabric and made this.
She finished off the edge of this tablerunner with a green ribbon, which really brought it all together.
We're all military spouses, so it's only fitting that someone get this ugly fabric, and that someone was Miss Elizabeth.
Oh, it's just so manly and ugly, what will she make? How about a completely un-manly, and adorable stuffed lamb?
I'm envisioning a whole nativity set made out of that - how about it Elizabeth?;)
And now, for what we refer to as the "naughty" fabric, chosen by Miss Becky.
We're thinking she's going to really have to cut that up into small pieces to hide the ladies. But no - Becky decides to make shorts for Kyler instead, to torment her mother, hahahahahaha!
Oh Becky, you are so brave and hilarious.
Last, but not least, Miss Joanna chose this lovely piece of ugly fabric.
Then Joanna surprised us all by asking Becky for a small piece of the "naughty" fabric. She said she had an idea, and we were intrigued. This was what she made using both of her ugly fabrics.
For this potholder, the "naughty" fabric is on the bottom, and she actually made her own chanelle with the cactus fabric.
Very cool! Great job everyone - I hope you enjoyed this challenge as much as I did. Now vote!:)