Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Bev's moda Love


Bev, Moda Love Quilt
Click on picture to see the beautiful quilting up close! 






Athena's Moda Love Quilt






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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

My Moda Love Quilt

Here is a picture of my Moda Love Quilt. Our group made this quilt as a Spring project. Hopefully I will be posting pictures of all their quilts in the near future.
the quilt finished 72" x 72". I think it is beautiful and will use it on my summer bed with the yellow and white sailboat quilt.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Monday Regrouping

Hi all, I am getting back in the groove since last weekend when Sarah was here for a long weekend. We had fun, resting, puzzling and some shopping. It was cold and rainy, even colder one day than it was in L'Ville. Here some pictures of what's up!!


 I've been reading a lot, finished Enemy Women( good) by the same author of News of the World (very good) and now have started Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead. It is very good but hard to read about some of the horrors of slave conditions in the South before the Civil War.  This book is an award winner or runner up.





Lutheran World Relief quilts 3/6 for this winter


My sewing room here in AZ 


Thursday, January 19, 2017

Thursday Paper Pieced Sampler

Cold and rainy. Tom canceled his golf game, so it must be pretty bad. What am I doing, what's new-sewing, reading watching the news!!


I made this quilt years ago, not sure I ever posted a picture of it . Alex Anderson's Paper Pieced Sampler made with hand dyed Cherrywood fabrics. It hangs here in the back hall.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Wednesday

Here are some pictures of the bright square scrap quilts and my beautiful dog who just got a bath and very short haircut (you can blame me!!)


That's the laying out and stacking


 2/6 Lutheran World Relief quilts finished!!


Sylvia having a bath at Alyssa's!!!



Daisy post bath, shave and trim!!





First bright block scrap top DONE!!

Monday, January 16, 2017

Monday


Sarah's finished knitted throw-
Before we left IL I cut all the bright leftover material I had, and I had a lot, into some kits, a yellow brick road, etc and the rest I cut into 5" squares. I had just under 500 squares. I have sewn them into random 4-patch blocks and will sew them into 3 child sized quilts. Who knows what I will do with them. Someone will need them someday!! Here are the blocks. Tomorrow I'll lay them out maybe with pictures.

Watching Victoria, Taboo, Homeland, and Blacklist.