"Real life" has demanded my attention in several areas lately. Priorities dictated that quilting and blogging had to take a back seat for awhile. But I'm happy to have some time this morning to show you some quilting that I've been able to do here, lately. :)
First up is this baby quilt that will be a gift. It's made from the Jelly Roll Race method, which has been popular in the last year or so. My small group did this together maybe last year...maybe the year before? I can't remember. Anyway, I stopped just before the last seam was sewn, when the quilt "top" was long, skinny and cut in half. Instead of sewing the two halves together for the last step to make it a throw size quilt, I kept it as two smaller quilt tops. Borders were added to each half, and two Jelly Roll Race baby quilts were born! :) One went to the charity group I work with, Pieces, which makes quilts for kids in the pediatric unit of the local hospital. And the other is now finally quilted, bound and ready to give:
Patchabilities mini's that I did at the shop. I gave the March one away last spring, and started to make a replacement one. Last month I got it done, with time left in March to display it!
guild quilt show is this weekend (if you're near Lawrence, check it out at our NEW LOCATION, Crown Toyota on S Iowa by Wal-Mart). I have had this embroidered center for several years. This last week I added the borders, did some simple quilting and got it bound and ready for the silent auction for charity at the show.
Minglewood top is now at Eula's for quilting (she's going to do fancier quilting than I have the inclination to do myself these days). For Easy Street (Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt - see badge on the right side of my blog), I have done the 16 Block A's and am ready to piece the Block B's. Here are the A's:
Vintage Tin. I see that my last progress report on it was way back here...so there's a lot you haven't seen yet! Here's most of what's done so far on display at the shop:
Thanks for stopping by,