A productive weekend
It was sewing weekend with my quilt club and I was on a mission! I missed last month because someone had just cleaned the place with about 5 gallons of PineSol and I couldn't stay in it. This month the room was back to normal. I had to stay pretty focused but I got this set of blocks done for my 4th of July quilt.
To make a quilt the size of the pattern all I'have left to do is a set of these blocks for the border. At this point I think I'll probably stop with these although I do have enough foundations for a queen size. I expect once these are done I'll be ready to move on to another foundation pieced pattern. I'll lay out the blocks and see how it all looks. But I have this pattern waiting for me and I'll probably get 4th of July done and start the new one. I just need to decide on colors.
That's all the sewing I got done this weekend. Yesterday I came to "the river" to spend some time with my friend. I'll go home this afternoon if I can pry myself away from a great view.
8/12/2019 10:44:55 am
I love this! If the parts are this fabulous I'm sure the top will be gorgeous.
8/12/2019 01:26:01 pm
I love the colors in the arcs, my colors!!
8/12/2019 07:57:09 pm
I am looking forward to seeing this one finished.
Vicki in MN
8/13/2019 07:11:33 am
These are fantastic, the design and the colors oh my!
8/13/2019 07:13:27 am
Those pieced blocks are beautiful! I will look forward to seeing how this look in the final top. That Mardi Gras quilt will look great in you hand dyed fabric!
8/13/2019 09:16:38 am
There is nothing worse than the smell of PineSol, in my opinion. I can see why you had to leave. I love those blocks you are making (I love any blocks with pointy things!). Will be fun to see where you go with this!
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.