Posts Tagged ‘puzzle’

Quilting The Eagles

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

Yesterday I finished the quilting on the eagles and now I need to start the sky; skies are my least favorite thing to machine quilt! So I put it off for tomorrow. Today..

EagleQuilting

Usually I don’t do puzzles in the summertime, but this year August was pretty much an unusual month and we have done several! This one was different! A sunflower in the shape of a sunflower so that it needed to be worked from the center out.

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There are a few “shapes” in the pieces that really helped, but still, this was a hard one. Currently working one of buttons, all shapes and colors which makes it easier than it sounds.

Getting Better!

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

I finally went to the Dr and got antibiotics and a serious cough medication and am happy to report that I am feeling much better. I have not done much of anything though so there has been little of interest to discuss here.

There have been a few quilts shipped including two to the MidAtlantic Quilt Fest ( “In The Bleak Midwinter” and “Longhorn Splashdown”) and next week  ‘The Merchant’s House” goes off to AQS in Lancaster. “Harrier Hunting” has been juried in to IQF’s Celebrate Spring and will debut in Cincinnati and travel for a year. I had an email nibble about purchasing it this morning but am not sure how serious it was!

My sewing machine is back from it’s checkup and I haven’t even plugged it in yet, but I get more behind everyday so I have to get back in the groove. Next up is probably quilting the Seasonal Palette piece but then there is also the SAQA 12 x 12 to do…..

In the meantime about all I seem to have the energy to do when I am not sleeping, is reading, TV, occasional bookwork and jigsaw puzzles! Here’s the third one since Christmas: