Wednesday, August 09, 2006

This is another quilt I designed. I took 6 inch squares and sewed four patches and then used the ruler to cut them crooked. I sewed sashing and a strip border. It went together really fast and is twin size.

Remember that list from last week: let's see how I did.

Projects I just have to work on this week:
1. Finish quilt for Mom's friend, must be done by Aug. 11. DONE
2. Round robin, needs appliqued, already fused. Not done. :(
3. Put coffee quilt rows together. 2 Rows togehter
4. Make a test block for sunflower quilt. DONE
5. Hand quilt on 1000 Pyramids. Still quilting
6. Select fabric for Sept. class. Half-done
7. Make second set of valances. Made a pillow, forgot the valances
8. Christmas ornaments. Finished one
9. Whole cloth baby quilt. Quilted two bobbins worth
10. Friendship stars for swap, need about 50 more. Still on the list


The Calico Cat said...

looks like you are making some progress!

I like to cut "off square" too. It is a great way to hide "oopses."

I have a quilt at the long armers now that was cut off square :o)

Gail said...

So simple - so very nice. I wouldn't have thought, until I looked at yours, but I just may have to make one of those!

Linda_J said...

some progress but you have a list going as long as your arm, girl! Making me tired just reading it, LOL.

joyce said...

Very nice quilt.I always like black outlines. It really livens up the colors. I also like the wonky look.

quilting1 said...

Great postings. I too keep a list, though sometimes I never get anything done on it. I love that you make your own patterns up. I do that as well & am currently making a crazy quilt by my own rules.
Sorry to hear about your LQS closing, if you need material let me know perhaps I can help in some small way.
Keep posting, you are doing a great job.