I spent my day on Friday putting three borders on Eleanor's Christmas present. Joannie and Pat would have finished this in an hour, but it took me all day. Note to self: Before you promise your friend a bed quilt, you should ask what size bed she has... Eleanor has a king size bed!
|This quilt measures 102" x 110". It took three of us to hold it for the photo.|
My husband and I have been diligently working on cleaning out our basement. I resuscitated a couple of old quilt projects and brought them to the quilt weekend.
|I think this will be a large table topper.|
I took the extra 9-patch blocks and some extra fabric and started a baby quilt. It still needs borders. These projects may end up for sale in our Etsy Shop.
|The colors are very sweet: lavender and green. |
The print fabric looks like Tiffany stained glass.
|Despite her earlier mishap, with the multiple arms, Sally |
successfully managed to finish her bathrobe. Shown here,
modeled by Cordula, it is a birthday gift for Sally's Aunt Meg,
who will turn 102 on November 13th. Happy Birthday Aunt Meg!
|Dr. Seuss fabric in chevrons!|
|This was a panel, but Pat added the cute borders.|
|Here is Terri showing off Pat's golf-themed baby quilt.|
|Sadly, this quilt doesn't photograph well, but it is lovely in person. |
It is a low volume quilt made entirely of grey fabrics.
I was Pat's personal fabric shopper for this project.
|Pat models her latest diaper bag creation in pink and grey chevrons.|
|Pat was working on this gorgeous duffel bag when |
we left on Sunday. It was almost finished, just
needed the side panels.
Linking up on Friday to Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Link a Finish Friday, NTT at My Quilt Infatuation, and CrazyMom Quilts. To see more of our Cape Cod adventures, you can also read Part 1 and Part 3. I'm still documenting our saga, Part 4 (and possibly more!) to come soon.
Pugs and kisses,