I have been trying to keep up with Thelma aka Cupcake n Daisies.
We are working on a project together...
do you want to see it?
I have a semi finish for Star Blossoms. It's a pattern by
I had ordered the outside border fabric a while back but it
still has not arrived.
But until then... I will take this as my finish!
I added my mistake units into the quilt as an
It worked out perfectly. All I needed to make was two more
flying geese and I had the number I needed!
Originally I was going to make the cornerstones scrappy
but I kind of liked the continuity of the border matching the
cornerstones. I also saw that Thelma made hers with the blue
fabrics and I liked that look.
I can't wait for Thelma to show her Star Blossom!!!
I can't even remember which fabric I had ordered for the outside
border now... so I guess it will be a surprise!
I am a little stressed over the photos...
I have a new computer and I loaded Picasa
on to my desktop because that is the photo editor that
I usually used... but I can't get my photos to open up in
Picasa for some reason... so for now the pictures
are just going to have to look like this.
Here is a quick and easy project I cut out this
week. The pattern is by My Red Door Designs.
It's going to be cute...
but first I need to get my AYOS project done for this month!
I am telling you that those pieces are super small...
thankfully it's a small quilt... so it can't take that
terribly long... right?
I think it is fun that this month's project is a free
choice of Thimble Blossoms
My coworker/LAQ quilted this Shine
quilt for her client Mary. I took a photo
because Mary had taken a class from
me to make it. Isn't is sweet?
Another Shine quilt was just delivered from
someone else in the class too! (hi Cathy).
It was made with Thimble Blossoms fabrics and
is so cute!