As a reader said, this does make me happy but also so worried about them. They’ve made it 3 nights now so that’s encouraging. Mama has already attacked Mollie and I don’t think any of my cats are brave enough to go anywhere close and that’s a good thing.
Here’s Good News before quilting.
This is Good News – originally designed to be a reversible quilt but I didn’t want a reversible quilt so I made the two different blocks and alternated them in each row. It’s really an easy to piece quilt – strips, cut, sew and cut again. I made the blocks months ago because I wanted to use up all those medium and light prints and I used lots but still have many – as you all know from trying to use up your current fabric.
Can you see the two distinct blocks? Even I think it’s hard to see but I love the overall look.
And yes, the pattern is available BY MAIL ONLY at this time. Send a SASE to Country Threads, 2345 Palm Ave. Garner, IA. 50438 with $5.00 cash or check only, no credit cards.
GOOD NEWS – $5.00 and SASE.
This is a great mindless sewing pattern that does use up fabric. And the price is right -$5.00!
Remember that tree root I planted upside down? Here are the morning glories covering the root that will bloom very soon.
I have an outdoor quilt hanger that faces the road where I try to display a seasonal quilt usually a quilted panel. This will go out next month. I’ll post it again after binding. I had a terrible time with the tension on the longarm which Jo is helping me with. Here is an example.
I’ve decided not to take it all out since the quilting stitches will never be seen from the road but it’s a disappointment for sure.
Anybody have a pants hanger not in use with pants? How about strips? I don’t want to sew wrinkled strips and this is a good solution.
What a waste of a watermelon! Not even close to ripe – the chickens are feasting!
One last puppy shot!
Any potential adopters out there? If you’re a blog reader I’d trust you to give one of my precious foster pups a wonderful home.
No reader quilts to post. 😕