I should be able to give some extra time at the end for completion and voting.
In that case, Nana, I like Marilyn's idea of a week or two more before the voting. Please, pretty please!
OOPS, should've read ahead, Nana, that would be awesome, thank you.
I agree for an extra two or more weeks after this next one.. I am so not ready for the next step tomorrow.
I am betting the next step (or steps) are not as much sewing involved as these last 2!
Looks to me that we are on the downhill slide to the finish line, and should be fairly easy to catch up over the next couple of weeks.
Or does Nana have an evil twist in mind, .....hmmmmmmm?
Well, I only have 2 out of 168 blocks done today and still have squares to square up before doing my 4-patches and I am going out of town on Tuesday but am hoping to get caught up before I leave. Will not be able to get to next Friday's directions until I get back the following Monday.
Linda Gless - Hartford, WI
I knew I would fall behind because I was quilt show chair for my guild and our show was last weekend. I have about 20 blocks of each sewn out of 84. I took today off and went to Des Moines to the quilt show. It was fabulous! I am taking tomorrow off as well and going to Hamilton, MO to the Missouri Star Quilt Company for their celebration and to tour their retreat center. I'll catch up next week. It's no big deal as far as I can tell. Quilts don't have a time limit. When they get done they can live forever.
Hello from Australia........and I am very behind...as others seem to be but I'll go with the flow ........and print off the next bit and save them for when I can manage it. And thank you Nana for all your effort, you do an amazing job!!!!!
Jan, very 'holiday-ish'! Love the color, and I can't believe the holidays will be here before we know it!!!
I just finished sewing step 3!!!! Pressing tomorow.
Quilting My Rainbow
Finished sewing and pressing all the blocks for step #3. Step 4 her I come :)
Better late than never!!! Here are my step 3 blocks.
I made these pictures a little smaller. Mine look so big since I crop the pictures. I have posted the step 4 blocks also, but those are my huge ones!! I thought I could take a nap while those downloaded and they were just the suggested 550 pixels width. These are 300.
Marsha - Western New York
Nice job Marsha! There is so much texture in your fabric choices that I can almost feel it. Your quilt will be gorgeous.
Mineral Wells, West Virginia
Sarah: Quilts don't have a time limit. When they get done they can live forever.
Sarah - Hurrah for you! love this, so I quess, just getting them done eventually is the main goal, and my biggest downfall!
"I'm just a poor soul who's intentions are good. Oh, Lord, Please don't let me be misunderstood."
Good Afternoon Everyone,
It has been quite a project and I am WAYYY behind too, but I finally got ALL the blocks together to complete step 3. I have even begun step for today. Here is photo for step 3 completed - YAY!