I neglected to post about numb er two which was the delectable mountains quilt. Today I finished a paper pieced calendar quilt that I started in 1997. It was a mystery quilt from the internet. I machine quilted it and used an envelope edge finish. Woo Hoo! I also found another mystery wall quilt from the internet, yes, unfinished. This one is a Christmas
Thanks to the great cupons from JoAnne Fabriics this weekend I was able to buy the backing fabric and the batting for this quilt. I'm washing the backing today. Who knows when I will be able to starch and iron it. Hopefully it will be soon!
Yes, yet another UFO from the 1990's. I have 24 completed blocks and fabric cut for two borders. I may have enough scraps to make the back. We will see. Today I laid the blocks out on the bed and took photos of two different layouts. I also looked through all my quilt pattern notebooks to see if I still had the instructions. Did not find them. I
My sampler quilt is yet another UFO from the 1990's. All but two of the blocks had been pieced years ago. I had to take one block apart and redo it to get the points to match. I finished the last two blocks. I set the blocks on point with white sqares and triangles alternating. I chose a Celtic design to trace on the white pieces for quilting. The
Time to brag. The delectable mountains quilt won a blue ribbon in the Boone County, IN 4-H fair open show. I am very pleased.