Two tops finished and a third needing one more border and then mitered. It's been awhile since I've done that, so will get out a book to review. I've lost interest in the blocks that were up, so they are partially assembled and relegated back to the BOB drawer...oh, well. I never claimed to have a long attention span! (But I DID see 3 or 4 sets of Dear Jane swap blocks that MAY be arranged on the wall, petted and admired and maybe put together?? or maybe returned to the place from whence they came...who knows?!)
It might have gotten sewn together and the CW 9 patch might have gotten its borders, but...... A motorcycle ride was taken to the Princess Lodge in Cooper Landing and deep fried coconut crusted salmon was eaten instead, Oh, well. The quilt blocks won't spoil! These were taken from the BOB drawer (Bag of Blocks). The ones on the right were left over from a quilt I made years ago (recognize the quilty friends fabric, Becca??) and the half square triangles on the left were the scraps from a snow ball quilt that is still a top.
Yesterday the pieces were cut, strip pieced and cut again. Today they became blocks. Now I will see if any are glaringly in the wrong order ( the photo will show that as will any comments from you!). then hopefully they will be a top tomorrow.
I am married to a wonderful man and have two adult children-both males. The eldest made me a mother-in-law to a very sweet lady. The youngest is far away and single. I work part time at a quilt shop, which feeds my fabric addiction.