Sunday, November 19, 2017

Roundabout Quilt Along Blocks Done!

Finished all 12 of my quilt blocks for the Round About Quilt Along at Happy Quilting

This is the first that I have sewn curves on a quilt. The blocks went together nicely with "pin tricks".   I will be having a completed quilt top soon. 

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Drunkard Path - Roundabout quilt along - Finished!

Finished my Drunkard Path sections! This was a little slow-moving at times, but I got it done. Hopefully, they will look good on my completed quilt top and not like some drunkard sewed them!

Linking up my completed, sewn curved sections to Roundabout Quilt Along.

Crimson and Clover Bag

For November, I am choosing my One Monthly Goal to be completing a Crimson and Clover Train Case which is this Sew Sweetness bag. It's like killing 2 birds with 1 stone because I would like to have it done to link up to Bag It, also. I have started it and have all fabric interfaced, so I should be able to accomplish this.

I might try to sneak in another bag or 2 before Christmas but who knows how that will go. I've got a number of different quilts in the works and I would like to spend some sewing time on them. Plus, I joined the Roundabout Quilting at Happy Quilting and I definitely want to finish it before Christmas.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Pumpkin Placemats in time for Fall

Finished my placemats and table runner in time for Thanksgiving. Also, in time for my OMG for October at Elm Street Quilts. These OMG's keep me on track (sometimes) with my non-stop projects.

These were actually kind of time consuming. But I like them and will probably just get them out each Fall. I don't want them to get all stained up like my other placemats that I use constantly.

The table runner and placemats are too big for the dining table so I moved the table runner to the coffee table in my family room. It looks much better there.

I quilted them using my walking foot with straight lines. The fabric is flannel. I have had the fabric and pattern in my dresser drawer for about 5 years so it's about time I completed them!

Here's my original post for OMG for October.  Now onto my next project.