I just realized it's Wednesday. Here's a few projects that are in process.
When you buy a $200 dry steam iron you must sew an Elizabeth Hartman quilted tote. Pretty sure this is the 'quilters motto'. Fabric is Notting Hill.
|Tori's proving that it isn't just Basketball that is madness! |
The blocks are tiny but the end result is enormously
|Tori's mom, Barbara, is on the same quest. She's channeling her inner |
Monet with these soft hues.
|Sue completed her first ever quilt top!! The task was made easy with|
expert instructor Sarah at beck and call.
|Sarah continued with her Women of the Bible blocks and also brought|
this amazing tea cozy for show and tell. Those flower blocks also
qualify for spring madness in my book!
|I worked on three WIPs. My sister and I are sewing Elizabeth Hartmann |
Totes which has been known to bring us to use choice words. Thankfully,
my phone autocorrects! LOL. As Tori, pointed out, 'it's nice to have a
Christian phone!' My second project was a quick slice and dice runner.
And the third is an impromptu baby quilt made from Fresh Cut Charm
Pack and a pattern inspired from Pinterest.
|Last, but never least, Sarah's mom (Linda) saved us from our quiltling|
madness by correcting mis-stitches, humor, and stories galore from
Quilt of Valor trips! Love her!
|Vintage Vogue and Kona solids.|
|The lining is a grey mosaic print.|