this was by far my favorite MQ The journey was a delight. It is the first one that I figured out before we were to the last step. I, as a general, rule try very hard not to do that. . But this time it must have been meant to be. The best time I ever had putting a design into EQ and playing with it.
I have down loaded the instruction for MQ1 so that I could start it. I have a collection of Victorian era fabrics that I am going to use for that. It will go to my sister-in-law. She had a scare with breast cancer two years ago that was a life changing experience for her and my Brother. I thought that it would be a nice comfort quilt for her.
Can you say too many UFO's?
I am in the process of packing up my studio for a major remodel.
I found this stack of UFO's. (Unfinished Objects)There are a total of 13 quilts that I have stared in that stack. I probably have enough work there to last me two years.
- Baby quilt for my cousins baby who is now 2
- block of the month quilt top (working on a paper piece border to put on it.)
- Three stack -n-wack quilts
- La Moyne Star quilt
- My sons Bed Quilt
- My other sons Bed Quilt
- Two wall hangings
- The biggest container holds enough material to make three picnic quilts.
I have taken pictures of the water levels of one of our two rivers you can check out the pictures at The Quilted Teacup.
here is step step five and step 6