Happy Mother's Day Everyone, either human or the furry kind. Once a month a LQS does a thing they call "Lil' This Lil' That" they showcase patterns, books, wool kits, and more. They allow time for show and tell, and some of these ladies are amazing at what they do. I don't get there every month but I made it yesterday. I came home with a Moda scrap bag of Larkspur, ran some errands and came home and decided to do a string quilt with the scraps.
It's our State Employee Charitable Campaign time of year I am thinking donating this. I have 25 6 1/2inch blocks I am adding that tan sashing with a white corner stone. that last one i will replace- its too off center, I wasnt going for perfect alignment but that is to different and to obvious. I am linking up with OH Scrap and since I am in a strip making mood will be sending some orange and red blocks her way.
My oldest sister has three girls and when they were young she made them clothes, she also made curtains for her home and Halloween costumes. She never did the quilting thing though. She used to work at Joann's Fabric. About two weeks ago she was getting rid of fabric, so I took it all.
tons of novelty- I can not possibly use all this fabric if you see something you like leave me a comment.
Then I went to my mother in laws and she had fabric she didn't want anymore, are you still with me? AND THIS. are u kidding me???
I finally got back to sewing this past Saturday, I am working on the borders for the Migrating North Quilt. see the original post here
I had decided to do Delectable Mountains, I was doing fine until I was informed that they upgraded to a KING. So I had been winging it on the design from the beginning, I will need to add more strip borders to add more width . I want the mountains to be on the sides not on the top. I will have to go to my son's house and place it on his bed and see how much more fabric I will need to add. I have never made a KING size before and I would like to see it on the bed to get a visual of where the design falls. My length is good to go.
It is Finished!! I finished it up this morning April 30
I went vertical instead, did faux piped binding, and a low volume leaf print for back, quilted the gray fabric again just straight lines.(I am having trouble with my Juki, so I had to use my Singer)
Again this is to be raffled off at a benefit to help cover some medical costs for my cousin's step-daughter,
I LOVE how this turned out.
I am moving right along with this quilt, it helps that I am on vacation. The pattern was found on you tube by Jenny Doan of the Missouri Star Quilt Co. It is called Cascade here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cayzw4LEnM This goes together fast, which was what I was looking for. I didn't make it as long though. still have to sew the five rows together and add a border.
It is raining right now, you really can't see the beautiful colors in this, anna
OKAY, yesterday I posted who's on 1st?
WELL today What's on 1st? and Who's on 2nd?
I had to do a line-up change, while I like my initial choice, I think It comes off to modern and won't appeal to the masses
after all, this is going to be raffled off so I had to change up
who doesn't like BATIKS? I believe this will draw more attention
I am so glad I decided to start cutting today, so that I am still ahead in the game. Any thoughts?? anna