The light's out in the sewing room, but it was lots of fun while it lasted. I didn't get the last round of borders on the large quilt, but alot of progress was made. Kim snagged a finish - check out the Irish Chain!
The pic is of my 'leader and ender' accomplishment for the weekend. Leaders-enders are like free money!
I finally caught up on all the 25 patch blocks Jan and I have been exchanging. I would sew Jan's, but stack mine up for later. Later finally arrived!
The little star was the last of my set of 50. The pieces had been lost for awhile (resurfaced when I straighten the sewing table awhile back).
The large pinwheel blocks were inspired by a quilt posted by Sharon at Indigo Threads (May 31, 2009). I just love the look of the large pinwheels set block-to-block.
The large HST blocks are another cut stack sitting on the sewing table for leader-ender. This will be set block-to-block on point (sample quilt at Little Quilts). The large block size really shows off the wonderful repro fabrics. We're so lucky to have so many great repro lines!
I'm traveling this week and have carved out some time on Thursday to visit the Lancaster Quilt Museum, Zook's and Sauder's. Don't have alot of luggage space, but that hasn't stopped me in the past!
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