Sunday, February 15, 2015

Sewing Week

I had a very productive sewing week, it helps when I don't have to think about dinner! Here are some pictures.
Cream Yellow Brick Road for Kristin and one of my first Yellow Brick Road quilts

All the blocks done for the Penny Points quilt
One of my first Yellow Brick Road quilts done in 2000!
Finished top
2 Lutheran World Relief quilts ready to tie.

Top of YBR and back(10" cream batiks) ready to pin, I will zoom, zoom machine quilt it.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Thursday, 4th day of sewing week. AM Work

Aren't I efficient??

Blocks in progress for the Penny Point Quilt
Pieced yesterday, Lutheran World Relief, Feb. #2, ready to pin.
Yellow Brick Road, laid out
Yellow Brick Road stacked, top on left, large squares for back on right

More Wed Work


These are the blocks for the cream Yellow Brick Road. I am making it for my niece, Kristin, to celebrate her engagement to Aaron.

Yesterday, Wed. the 3rd Day of my Sewing Week

More progress from yesterday, Wed, Feb. 1lth. Here is the clean and trimmed Daisy. She's exhausted! And we made quite a mess.!!
The Groomed (non-professional) Daisy

This is the Lutheran World Relief pinned quilt. First one of two for Feb.
 




Tuesday, February 10, 2015

2nd day of the Sewing Week

Here is my progress:
This is a Lutheran World Relief quilt I pieced yesterday and now it is ready to be pinned. Today for sure.
These are the 40 blocks for the flannel Penny Points Quilts. I put those second borders on this morning.
Fabric for Homestead Quilt ready to cut, probably not today.

This is scruffy Daisy, bathed her yesterday will trim her today, she needs it!!

Monday, February 9, 2015

A Sewing Week

Tom left for CA and IL this AM and will return on Fri so I will be sewing like crazy. Here are pictures of two to the quilt kits I purchased last month when I was bored. I will be working on these, a Yellow Brick Road in creams and 2 LWR quilts. Will post my progress starting tomorrow! Weather is perfect!

I think they are both going to be very cute!

Friday, February 6, 2015

Border by Border

This is the mini quilt I will be trying to finish this week. It is a Quilt-Along project from Primitive Gatherings Quilt Shop. I have been working on it little by little for months and now am almost done. Just added that last border of little-3" churn dash blocks. Cute but tedious and now I still have to do the hand blanket stitching on the wool appliques on the last two borders. Soooo will sit outside in our beautiful AZ 70's and listen to the book The Invention of Wings by Susan Kidd will stitch away!