If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.William Morris.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Making Progress

I have been able to make a little progress last night and this morning. I finished the rest of the cross stitching, plus was able to even do the little snowflake block.



 So this morning I trimmed up the block and made 4 churn dash blocks. They're little filler blocks. 



Now I can say block 3 is completed and it's on to the last, block 4.

I didn't get all the Farmer's Wife blocks done like I was wanting. My goal was to get the 6 blocks done so I could drop them off at the quilt shop on my way to meet my friends. We try to get together at least a couple times a month to visit and stitch.




Was able to get 4 blocks completed, took these to the shop.


When we meet someone usually has a finish quilt to show and this time Joan had a beautiful one,.

As a group project we decided to make the Pea Ridge Lily. 


I have mine done.



Pam had hers done 





and now Joan does too.
Plus it's quilted and bound.
I believe she is the only one who does.




3 comments:

  1. What gorgeous quilts--I love your little churndash additions! and those lily quilts are simply stunning. I love old timey patterns--they can look really vintage or very modern...hugs, Julierose

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  2. Your Scandinavian blocks are looking great. Those Pea Ridge Lily quilts are all gorgeous.

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