I managed to make two small quilt tops at retreat, but I'll wait until they're quilted to show them. I also worked on some blocks for an ancient BOM. My plan is to have all the blocks finished by the end of the year, preferable sooner.
I tested this pattern for a quilter/designer friend, and as a thank-you, she quilted it for me. It's the first time I've ever had anything quilted. I've had the fabric for ages, and it went together nicely.
Finally finished my RSC17, yes, that's 17! I put this top together as all one quilt at an earlier retreat, and decided the size was ridiculous, so I carefully separated it into two tops, and they finally made it to the top of the to-be-quilted pile. They will be going to the Sheriff's Department for the deputies to hand out as needed.
Next up is my May Heart quilt. The challenge was to applique one heart per day during the month of May, I made a few extras and I'm very pleased with the result. The sashing/binding/backing was a chunk of fabric that a friend gave me a couple of months ago when she was cleaning out her stash. Perfect for this quilt!!
And these little pretties were made for the 4th of July/Independence Day. Pinterest can be a dangerous place. I have at least two more on my list for next year!
I'm back in quilting mode, so should have a few oldies to show soon. One is my UFO for our next meeting, so I have to get busy. It's not going to be quick and easy like most of mine.
Did I mention vacation and kayaking and wildflowers? I'll leave you with a few of my favorite images.
|This was taken the day that the final group of boys were rescued from cave in Thailand. So appreciative of blue sky, fresh air, sunshine and clean water.|
|Cincinnati skyline at dusk|
|Skylift to Natural Bridge in Kentucky|
|any ideas? Natural Bridge Kentucky|
|Another view of Skylift on the way down|
|View from overlook in Daniel Boone National Forest|
|Fleabane and bug|
And now back to stitching....... Sunny
|Best. Cheeseburger. Ever!|