This is my summer view from the sewing loft.
That's Tom the tiny being in the picture for perspective. It's in the sixties and windy. So nice to have escaped the heat and humidity.
Sunday, June 8, 2014
I haven't posted very often lately, as mostly I've been working on Round Robins that are secret until the owner gets hers back. These are from a swap on The Quilter's Thread.
This is mine, that I received on Friday. The center is a lonely orphan block from an applique class. I LOVE the rounds that each quilter added! The fabrics are mostly 30's, and they are much perkier than this washed-out photo shows.
The flying geese round is especially appreciated, as it was made by Josie, who has since moved on to heaven:( She will be greatly missed by her friends and family, and yes, even by online friends who never met her in person, like me. The world is a better place because she was here.
Here's Jodi's quilt. I had her's last and got a picture. Wish I could share more of them with you, as each is spectacular.
If you enjoy medallion quilts, you'd love participating in these round robins.
I'm so thankful to each participant.
Friday, June 6, 2014
Jenny of ELEFANTZ: Are you ready? The Stitch-along begins on Monday.....: "The Lord's Prayer" is made up of 26 free embroideries shared over 26 weeks, all coming together as a simply pieced el...