Saturday, November 19, 2011

Saturday Sewing :)

I finished piecing my Christmas tree can see Hannah's too. I ordered some stripy fabric from this collection to do the binding with so hoping to get at least hers bound next weekend.
I worked this morning (after a late night out with DJ, first at Pink Spot and then at Charlies' Bar) and then had no energy to do anything. Eventually I went in and did some sewing. I added a border to this little quilt.
Then I cut it with that wicked Lil' Twister ruler and put it up on my wall. I have one more to add a border to and do. One of these is for a quilt swap I signed up for (what was I thinking!) it really stresses me out because I worry I am not sending the same quality work as I am getting. But time to bite the bullet and just do it! I thought this little quilt would be nice and I most likely will tie it because I don't want to ruin it with my quilting! I may do the other one is either green, brown or the light aqua fabric since I have chunks of each of those. The best one will be heading off (or the one that is done by mail date!).
I quilted another tablerunner for DJ's family. Of course the dogs took turns posing on it. This is Bug.

And this is Zoe.

I finally machine bound Christopher's Quilt of Valor. Not bad from that galloping horse I hope you are on!
Once again this was from Amy's Passions BOM last year. I added a Navy block to it since Christopher is in the Navy and I am really proud to give this one to him and his fiance this Christmas!
I did do some cutting and sewing of Orca Bay units, but didn't get any more assembled. Feels like a tiny drop in a big bucket, but I wanted to get some of that Christmas stuff going. I am SO looking forward to next week...I will be off work for four whole days! I plan to really be getting some stuff done, but of course Bonnie will give us a new clue on Friday so I will be lucky to be caught up on that. I still love it though!


Quilter Kathy said...

Love that sampler quilt...hope Amy sees it! I was laughing about the galloping horse looks great from here!

Megan said...

What great Christmas projects! I just flagged that tree skirt to make in the next week or so. We'll see if I get on it by the time we get our tree.

Karen said...

The patriotic quilt is very good. I am always attracted to red, white, & blue quilts.

Candace said...

I love your sampler quilt. I finished the one for the first half of the year from Amy's BOM and gave it to my daughter. It is one of my favorite quilts that I've made. I still fully intend to do the other half of the year's blocks. Yours turned out so nice, it makes me want to get started.