Monday, February 10, 2020

Design Wall Monday

Progress being made on Frolic. 5 blocks completed and they are looking good. Excited about finishing up this quilt.

Frolic Blocks
All rows are done for Tannenbaum, just need to finish up the two applique rows that are missing fromt the picture below. These I will be taking on my trip to Texas later this week, with the hopes of completing this quilt top when I return.

Finishes will happen soon in my Sewing Studio! Have a great week!

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Sunday Stash Report

A finish to report this week! I needed a panel quilt to bring to guild meeting this week and remembered I had one to make for DH. I purchased this panel along with a couple of corrdinating fabrics  a few years back during one of the Shop Hops in San Diego. So out it came and in one short afternoon I was able to put the top together!

Koi Panel Quilt
DH really loved this and I will be quilting it for him in the near future.

Also completed this week is the Block of the Month, also for Guild on Tuesday. Two blocks this month with a red/white theme for Valentines.

Sunrise Stitcher BOM

Still in the red, but moving in the right direction.

Used this week: 7.0 yards
Used YTD:  7.0 yards.
Purchased this week:  0yards
Purchased YTD:  0 yards.
Net Fabric Used YTD:  -7.5yards.

Happy Sewing this week!

Monday, February 3, 2020

Design Wall Monday

This week I will be finishing up the Quilting my RWB Dear Jane! This has been 5 years in the making and is almost done. It has taken the entire month of January, with all the custom quilting on each of the 169 blocks and 52 Triangles.

About 2/3 done.

Some of the blocks.

Scalloped border.
Next will be the binding. With the scalloped borders this will be a challenge for me.I will be super glad when this is finished and I can get on to other quilting projects. Thanks to all my clients for being so patient. Have a great week and Happy Sewing!

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Sunday Stash Report

February is here and still no finishes to reduce my stash. Working on too many projects at the same time, so this week I will be focusing on getting Tannenbaum completed and then head back over to Frolic.

Frolic in progress.
Tannenbaum is looking good. Blank Fabric in the middle is for applique that is being prepped.

3 more rows to go.

No additions this week, so no changes in the Stash. Still in the red for 2020.

Used this week: 0 yards
Used YTD:  0 yards.
Purchased this week:  0yards
Purchased YTD:  0 yards.
Net Fabric Used YTD:  -14.5 yards.

Monday, January 27, 2020

Design Wall Monday

Two projects are taking up the design wall this week.  First up is Frolic- Bonnie Hunter Mystery. Working on the last of the units in order to put blocks together.

Frolic- last unit.

Tannenbaum- Row 4 is complete. Row 5 is applique- so will be prepping that this week.

Tannenbaum Row 4

And just so things would not get boring, finished up the Heart Block below for My Longarm Club on Saturday. We will be having a BOM, with a drawing for the winner of all blocks.

Heart Block
All for this week- going to try to get blocks started for Frolic and next row complete for Tannenbaum. 

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Sunday Stash Report

Road to California did much to enhance my Stash. The vendors had many new itmes to share
 and as usual, and I found many new things to add to my sewing room and stash.
Fabric from Laundry Basket Quilts

Patterns from Laundry Basket and Primitive Gatherings.
Mystic Garden Applique kit from Lori Smith.

Pincushion Kits from Primitive Gatherings.

More sewing charms.

USA Panel.

And coordinating fabrics for borders.

Yes, damage was done and no finishes yet to report, so I am in the red for the first month of the year. Working hard to change the stats!

Used this week: 0 yards
Used YTD:  0 yards.
Purchased this week:  12 yards
Purchased YTD:  0 yards.
Net Fabric Used YTD:  -14.5 yards.

Have a great week!

Road to California Quilts!

This year the quilts were all together in one hall. It made viewing them very enjoyable and the lighting let you see the detail. Here are some of my favorite Quilts from the show. The first one is the Grand Prize winner by Marilyn Badger and was stunning.

Below are more of my favorites. Loved all of these Medallion style quilts.

Sandi and I both loved the Family Tree below, it had many fun sayings stitched in.

Family Tree on Antique Quilt.

Beautiful Applique.

Green Pinapples

Beautiful Minatures.

It was a great show and we are looking forward to next year!