Didn’t get this posted on Tuesday. No finishes this week, but progress on some quilts. Bonnie Hunter’s On Ringo Lake mystery quilt flying geese are now done. Speaking of Mystery Quilts, I’m writing directions for one. Starting, Thursday, February 11, 2021. Go to http://www.cornercurvequilts.com and sign up for the newsletter. Then I show off block C10 from Dear Jane quilt. I finish with another QAYG string block.
Sewing, sewing, sewing! It’s so good to be piecing again!
I neglected to say that I taped the note from Vicky to the back of the Eagle & Child frame. I like to document that kind of thing so I, and someday my kids, will know where it came from.
- Chocolate Box (free pattern)
- Garage Lights (there are loads of different versions of this light…I needed two so I ordered a two-pack). Thanks to Jewells for telling us about these!
- Find my free patterns on Sewhooked: Free Patterns, Free Fandom Patterns, Free Harry Potter Patterns.
- The Linus Connection, the local blanket making charity I volunteer for.
- Quilt along with us on Fandom in Stitches
In which I talk about the awesome productive week and 3-day weekend I had making Project Linus quilt tops and working on my great-nephew Brayden’s quilt top. Cutting up donated fabrics really got my creativity flowing. I am really focused right now on finishing some languishing projects as well as just moving other projects forward…
I show my finished Brooke’s Garden small lap(crib) quilt. I did ruler work for it. Then rented time at Accomplish Quilting for 2 days to quilt my daughter’s Harry Potter Project of Doom Bookshelf Quilt. Patterns and class for Sapphire Stars are 10% off at Corner Curve Quilts until January 18, 2021 use coupon code 62ZG2
I feel like I sped talked through that video.
The pattern is Knitted Star from Lo and Behold Stitchery.
After I recorded this, I went upstairs to get ready to leave and promptly smashed a wine glass in the kitchen. And then I went to the spice store (for gochu garu) and then to a Chinese market (for sichuan peppers) and then to a hardware store (for a humidifer) and then to a grocery store (for milk and vinegar) and then to a drug store (that sells the laundry detergent I use) and then home. I don’t think I’ve been to so many stores in one day since I was a teenager hitting the mall circuit. My hands are sanitized to death.