Here is a Connie’s #3 – she says she was going to make it as a shop model all those many years ago.
Here’s mine – I bought a small assortment of African prints somewhere and started a sampler as far as the fabric would take me, using Tula Pink’s Modern Quilt Blocks.
And Jan Hebert, does this little dog look familiar? The ears you described sounded different however.
Dirty Dozen Finishes
Several more patterns have been posted in the store and I’m working on a couple projects that will go in the “quick” category – not beginner category because I’m not a beginner yet I still love making these small easy quilts.
A young person I used to know pieced these four patches and I finished it.
I quilted two more this afternoon and we will get them written up and scanned into the store in the “quick” category.
Meet George – George who doesn’t even know his name. He’s a foster dog that came on a transport from Texas. His information just doesn’t fit this sweet guy’s true personality. His only fault since he arrived is that he loves to chase my chickens but he’s learning.
His info says he’s 6 years old (I think he’s older), his name is George (he doesn’t even turn around when his name is called), they said he just likes to sleep in his bed all day – that couldn’t be further from the truth. I’m betting he was so depressed, all he could do was sleep. He has put on several miles today in and out many times. He also jumped right up in a chair – he didn’t even hesitate. He slept all night in the bed last night with Hazel and me, not barking once nor stirring around to get more comfortable. This dog is accustomed to sleeping in a bed with an owner. Oh, I wish he could talk!!!!!
This was his photo shown online – so sad.
Oh, how I wish someone I knew would adopt George so I could see him blossom in a new home. I said I’d never foster again – and that worked until I saw George’s sad face.
Church tomorrow morning and then more of the same. More. Of. The. Same!!!!!