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DebraK those looks like amazing projects! I think I'll add the Starburst quilt along to my "To Do" list.
I'm very excited to hear about everyone's projects, more pics people!
I am in right after I go grocery shopping and get the house cleaned back up. I have been feeling a little under the weather for the past two days but plan on getting everything done tomorrow so I can have all day Saturday to join in. Sunday I have part of the day.
I am planning on finishing up my SS packages and then onto that Twisted Tree that keeps looming over me. See all of you then. Happy sewing and someone please throw a couple of stitches for me tomorrow. Ill pick up some goodies for us to snack on while in town. Any requests?
Just found out my FiL is cold--he lives in Florida, but is in his late 80s. So a plaid flannel quilt moves up in the queue! I have the fabric, so I'll try to cut it out tomorrow.
I've a sinus infection and both ears infected as well,so I'm working kind of slowly. Hoping the antibiotics will kick in so I can make some accomplishments this weekend.
Last edited by AngeliaNR; 10-31-2013 at 05:45 PM.
Courtesy is not optional.
Yay! Virtual quilting again! I love these threads.... I will be working on some I Spys for the Childrens' Hospital. I just love these pics everyone is posting. Hope to add mine as I get some stuff done.
Well I'm off to quilting class soon. I'm going to work on not sure as for the last few weeks I've been teaching a newbie who is highly enthusiastic. Getting close to making a sandwich.
As you can see in the picture bag is packed with show and tell plus items to do at class if time. Hopefully well prepared.
Finished is better than a UFO
I will be working on piecing a queen sized quilt, and attempting to make my first fabric box. I have never quilted anything on my machine so I am excited to see how it goes!
Wow, you ladies have been busy! I am headed up to the sewing room in a few minutes. I have a meatloaf, mac & cheese, and carrots all ready to cook for lunch, they just need to be popped into the oven. I might take a few minutes and do a raspberry cobbler too. My husband is working from home this morning and will be on the phone so can't sew but I can finish cutting and getting things ready so when he leaves at 10, the machine can start humming!
I don't have much time to sew on the weekends, but if I could manage to get the last 2 border strips on my youngest DD's peacock quilt, and the backing pieced, I would be satisfied.
Curator of an 1889 Singer model 27 Fiddlebase Treadle, a 1951 Singer Centennial Featherweight, a 1956 Singer 401A, and a 1982 Bernina 830 Record.