Archive for July 2010
Yay for me! I actually have finished 3 quilts in July – and it’s not even 1/2 over yet. Granted, two were really small, but one was started and finished this month. That’s the one there is no photo of. Our guild’s 25th anniversary is tomorrow and we had a 25 x 25 challenge – basically a 25″ square art quilt. Mine is named “Nimue”. It is currently residing at the home of the lady who is leading the challenge. I’ll have a picture after guild tomorrow.
My first picture is one I owe you from my last post – my 9-patch pizzazz…which is still unnamed:
It’s the perfect size for keeping warm while lounging on the couch!
Then, I finished a couple more UFOs from my pile. I’ve decided that I’m not going to start any new quilting projects until I put a dent into my WIPs and UFOs (works in progress and unfinished objects). This is a little convergence quilt experiment. It’s about 24 inches square-ish and I’ll be donating it at guild tomorrow night.
Remember the blue and yellow sneak peak in my last post? Well, that is “Sunshine in the Garden” and here it is all finished:
The back is a lovely morning glory print from the Flower Show III line. It reminds me of my grandpa who would say “Morning, glory” to me…(Morning, Lori)
I read Janet Evanovich’s “Sizzling Sixteen” last week. I enjoyed it. I just wish Stephanie would make a choice – either Morelli or Ranger…”Cupcake” or “Babe”.
Have a great week. Thanks for stopping by! Look for my challenge quilt in a couple days.