Monday, April 17, 2017

Weekend Stitching: Back on Track

Hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend.  We spent time with family and really enjoyed it.  We got a walk in Saturday morning before the rain hit.  It was nice to be out and about. 



Consequently, there wasn't much time in the sewing room over the weekend.  I did manage to get the cornerstone blocks remade, correctly this time. 


The top border is even attached.  I hope to get the bottom border sewn on and the last border added today.  Then it will time to piece the back and get this one prepped for quilting.  

I had meant to add this to last week's post, but forgot in the rush to get the post out before leaving for work.  I was lucky enough to win 2 quilt patterns from Quilting JetGirl as part of the Meadow Mist Mystery Parade of Quilts.  


I had a hard time picking just two, but these are now in my pattern library waiting for me to finish off the graduation quilts so I can play with something else.  Thank you to Cheryl for a fun mystery and to Yvonne for being a sponsor.   Cheryl's next mystery starts in July.  You should definitely check it out.  


Linking up with:
Monday Making at Love Laugh Quilt
Design Wall Monday at Patchwork Times
Main Crush Monday on Tuesday at Cooking up Quilts

9 comments:

  1. Love the first amendment quilt. It seems especially timely right now. Your first photo from your walk is lovely. We're getting a few more blooming things here, but we're way behind from last year.

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  2. You have outdone yourself on your first amendment quilt. It is going to be wonderful. I know the teacher will love it. Congrats on the free patterns. It's so much fun to receive free things! I need to pop over to Quilting Jet Girl to take a look at her pattern. I want to do one like her Lucent at some point. Have a great week.

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  3. The First Amendment Quilt looks great!! Your dogwood is pretty ... ours are mostly petals blowing all over the ground, now! :)

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  4. All of a sudden thee first amendment quilt has really come to life, I liked it before but it looks great now. Easter is still here in the UK, we get another holiday for east Monday. Congrats on your win.

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  5. Your first amendment quilt is getting so close! I bet it will be such a relief to get all of the graduation quilts completed. Have fun choosing the next project!

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  6. Congrats on your pattern win! I have been admiring Yvonne's Lucent for a while. First Amendment is looking good!

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  7. Lovely patterns you chose - congrats on the win!!

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  8. The top is looking good - and congrats on the pattern win!

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  9. The top looks great - and it's almost done, which is even better! ;) Congrats on the win, I love the patterns you chose.

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