Karla's mystery fabric.
Nana has been so kind as to give us a jump start on the mystery quilt. We will be posting our finished quilts on Friday. : )
gini in north idaho
Darlene's chenille project is coming along. It's very striking, especially with the setting sun beaming down on it right now.
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
Nancy poses the question of the day. "When you make ten thousand units, all alike, how do you end up with the one on the left?"
Looks like you all are really helping out Bransons economy, everyone's goodies look great
Darlene, i am really liking your chenille, quilt, you have gotten alot done since i left
Nancy, how did that happen lol
Gini, i just heard loud screaming coming from the mystery quilter 8 thread roflol
What a fun day of shopping you all had! Thea, what's that book you bought with a puffy cat on the cover? I can't make out the name on it. Looks really cute!
It's so much fun checking in on you to see all that's going on. Thanks for such great reporting and sharing.
Southwest of San Antonio
KHere is my fabric for the mystery quilt. I had better hurry up and get started or the others are going to get done before I do. Friday will be here before you know it.
The green is not part of the quilt! That is the back of mt Noah's Ark quilt.
And the cream fabric is more taupe than it appears in the picture.
Looks great Elaine
I find your choice of fabric refreshing and different. Betcha I'll like it when it is done. Ginny
Oh my, Darlene's chenille project is awesome. Ginny
Awe, not fair, but I like your blue and yellow fabrics. Ginny