Thursday, December 29, 2016

Thursday Progress

Here are a couple of quilts quilted yesterday and finishing up today.


Blogger is being difficult so I'll show the back another day.


Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Design Wall Wednesday

I have been busy on my Christmas and New Years break.  Here is a sneak peak at what's happening here.  More blocks from the 150 Canadian Women quilt along


My newest creation Petal to the Metal (thanks Marj C).  I am still in design mode.


Sunday, December 18, 2016

Broken dishes

it's a flimsy minus the corner triangles.

These broken dishes blocks were sewn into nine patch blocks and then paired with a new funky fabric.



Saturday, December 17, 2016

Broken Dishes

Here is the fabric I used to set my broken dishes blocks.  The colors are actually brighter than the photo shows.




My En Provence block parts sitting ready to stitch when the mood strikes.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Friday Sewing

I have finished assembly of the small broken dishes blocks. I am thinking about setting them on point. So I need to find a fabric that will enhance these broken dishes.


I love red and white (and cream) colored quilts, so it should be no surprise that I am doing the 150 Canadian Women quilt top.  These are my blocks so far.  These is a history on each woman and it's quite interesting. The directions are simple and very straight forward.  We only do two or three every week.  They go together so fast.  I usually sew these after work for about an hour.  Good for unwinding after the work day.



Sunday, December 11, 2016

Sunday sewing

I can tell blogger is not going to cooperate so here I am showing how I ironed my seams open.  It's tedious but it keeps the bulk under control.  Skip down to see the other picture.  I have as many more blocks to sew up.  These are the 3.5 inch broken dishes blocks.  I haven't started on the 4.5 inch blocks.  Am I the only afflicted one?


This is the finished quilt from yesterday that I showed.  It came out really nice.  I think I will put a black binding on it.



Here is the picture that goes with the first one.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Projects

I made this stained glass table top while teaching this class at retreat in October.  I added a solid black border and quilted it one evening after work.  I love the crazy texture.

I used some of my coveted Jane Sassman fabric for the back.


Last weekend I finished the log cabin flimsy.  I had my doubts about it before borders.  The borders seem to make it come alive and now I like it.

This top is being quilted today. I stopped to eat lunch and get my post ready.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

En Provence step two

I completed my blocks for step two on Friday.  I really had fun selecting neutrals for these.  They make me smile.

I will be joining the Quiltville link up on Monday.