I had intended to work on something else last night but my finished Susan McCord vine panel #3 was calling to me to attatch it to 1 and 2.
I just can't stop working on this project. All my other projects are suffering neglect.
I've already cut out panel #4 and started preping more leaves :0)
My DD#2 designed and embroidered this handkercheif last week for her friend's birthday. The stitches started out small... :0) I think it is sweet and she's having fun doing handwork. I hope she'll make one for me for my birthday too!!
I've been sewing. I'm just working away on the same old projects :0) We went camping last weekend and it rained and rained. It was a good chance to do some stitching on my vine. Still working on panel#3.
I'm also still making blocks for the Cheddar Posy quilt for my daughter.
At the quilt show there were 2 lovely wholecloth quilts -beautifully handquilted. They were displayed flat on tables. They were folded so it was difficult to get good pictures of them. I would love to make a wholecloth quilt one day.
So I promised pictures from the show. It was a beautiful sunny day and there were many quilts hung outside. The historic village is the perfect backdrop. My friend Darlene made this one.
She made this one too with the border blocks contributed by the women in my guild. We made the blocks years ago - it was fun to look for the 2 I made.
This one was just lovely.
I love the blue background of this one. What a happy quilt!
This one was hung up high. The quilts look wonderful draped from the upper balcony of this historic hotel.
My friend Liz made this one. I love the feathered star.
This one was big stitch quilted - it looked great!
Lots of color :0)
A great floral border.
I just love scrappy quilts.
This one had an interesting border too.
Other quilts are draped on fences and clotheslines. The red barn behind the fence was the site of the red and white exhibit. I'll post about that next time. I've a birthday party to plan - it was supposed to be outside but now the forecast is for rain.... :0(