|I finished the custome underwater scene, and I think it looks great.|
|I put loads of bubbles, swirls, fish, and even a jellyfish into the quilting.|
|Hard to see, but there are turtles in the quilting, too.|
|Tim worked on this interesting patterned quilt.|
|In the evenings, I finished the three binding jobs.|
|This is the more intricate of the two quilts, with feed sacks for the piecing.|
|Some of the blocks had so little contrast between the two fabrics, it was hard to see the design.|
|The pattern chosen was Big Splat|
|The placement of the fabrics gives a woven effect to the quilt|
|Of course, I can't remember the name of the pantograph...|
Its getting harder and harder to remember all the pantos. We have over one hundred of them.
|Even the backing is luscious!|
|Mr Wazoo quilted this quilt for Tennessee fire victims|
|My 'garage' quilt|
|I tried out a new digital panto of Baptist fans|
|The binding is the same as the backing. I did the hand stitching during the Super Bowl,|
not so super for Georgians.
|The borders are coming along.|
|I finished quilting the second Kaffe Fassett, and will take it off the frame tomorrow.|
It was already 7pm, and I was really ready for the ribs MrWazoo was cooking on the grill.
|This is the second feed sack quilt. The sashings used to be red!|
Now, I'm watching tonight's episode of Victoria, and then I'll be off to bed. Until tomorrow!!