Mimi: It was a New Year's Day quilt that took me more than a day.
It turned out really good Mimi. I love your fabrics.
gini: i reloaded the traps with my killer combo. salami, peanut butter and cheese with a piece of wheat thrown in. SNAP. i now know the elation that hunters get when they get a trophy animal. booyah!
LOL. Gini the mouse hunter.
i would have loved to see your mouse adventure, pam.
gini in north idaho
mimi, that's one pretty quilt, nice work
MNnancy:Gini, you're going to need to catch many more mieces in order to make a full batch of booyah.
as soon as i catch the requisite number of mousies, you will be invited to dinner.
Agnes and Mimi -- lovely quilts both of them. I can't believe the talent on this board!
Agnes I think I said before the Window quilt is awesome, but looking again it deserves a repeat. That quilt is aweswome.
All quilts and stories posted are excellent. I could never tire of mouse stories.
Gini the story of my next Amish phase. From watching reruns of Amish Mafia I'm getting fascinated by the colors and by the simple designs. Piecing a practice diamond in square simple and will show pic soon.
Working my quilting fingers off her.
well, geezer joe, i'm looking forward to seeing your amish mafia quilt.
this is really a show? what next, the hutterite huns, the marquis de mennonite, sicilian shakers, friday the thirteenth friends?
gini: this is really a show?
This really is a show and I've watched it. It is absolutely crazy.
Gorgeous Mimi. Churn Dash is one of my favorite blocks, never thought about putting it on point!
Bonner Springs, Kansas
Thanks Kris. I don't think I'll do another of her mysteries. The directions were hard to follow.
Lewis is addicted to the Amish Mafia. It is actually quite funny. Never thought I would see an Amish person acting that way so it makes for an unusual show.
Thanks Gini. I was thinking that if you needed anymore little mice I could get DH to save them for you after he catches them. We could freeze them. It's cold enough.....then you could make booyah for Branson? :c )
Thanks Phyllis. I did another churn dash quilt for a friend of DH and put it on point in that one too. Although the blocks were smaller and there were plain blocks between the churns.
I've been working on a baby girl quilt for my boss. Turns out the had a boy. So I'll give him Bundle of Blue II. This is the Abbey Road inspired (not too babyish) baby girl quilt top I did last week. It's Ohio starts with solid blocks. I managed to pull everything from my stash. The solid squares are leftover pieces from Amanda's Garden. The block are 14" each, so I'm just over 4'x4' on this one and I don't have the boarders or binding yet.
Here is the inspiration - another one I've been wanting to do for years.