Friday, January 18, 2013

Kathy's Easy Street is a Flimsy!

Blogger didn't want me to upload any pictures today but I switched over to html and outsmarted it so I could get some pictures in my post!  So without further ado (is that spelled right, lol) here is Kathy's EASY STREET!  As I have mentioned on here before, this is for her sister Kelly and hubby Bob.  It will match their bedroom.  This is Kathy's first Bonnie Hunter quilt that she has done ENTIRELY by herself!  I did take out and flip around one little tiny backwards block (set in seams she wasn't ready for!) but other than that she managed it all on her own and splendidly!  Love the colors--nice job hon!
And here is my Braid in a Day Gnome Style out in the sun.  This quilt is really CUTE close up but in pictures it just doesn't look too good.  Maybe it will look better after it is quilted. 


I have 45 minutes left to go at work, but Kathy sent me these pictures so I could blog on break (using my time wisely, lol!)  Here is Picnic all bound and ready to show off at PHXMQG tomorrow!  I can't wait to see what the chairs will be offering for activities this year...and we are meeting up with BJ, Ros and Jacki tomorrow for black bag day at 35th Ave too...then sewing on Sunday!  I am already ready for my three day weekend.
Last night I found out my brother and his fiance will be getting a baby boy to adopt!  Baby is due the end of March so I started working on a Streak of Sunshine baby boy cowboy quilt.  Of course I cut two while I was at it, one is almost done--the top anyways.  Will get those done this weekend.  Next up I really need to pick a quilt to make for my cousin Kai who just got married!  

4 comments:

Tammy Liddell said...

Great Job Kathy. I'm still working on the setting triangles.
Love the braid quilt.. I did one for one of my cousins' last year.

katie z. said...

The colors of Kathy's Easy Street are my favorite hat Ive seen! Good work.

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

Love the quilt, great job Kathy!

Amy said...

Oh Andee----Kathy's Easy Street is BEYOND beautiful!!! Those colors are wonderfully amazing. wow, wow, wow.

And it sounds like you have enough projects in mind to keep you busy for a while.