Tuesday, June 06, 2006

What is it?

Another clue of my my What Is It plaid wall hanging. I got the inner border on and the start of the applique done! This is a good give-away so I'm sure you'll know what it is! But isn't it fun so far!
This weekend I worked on all kinds of things. Mostly getting ready for a class I'm teaching this weekend on bindings and scallop borders. I also worked on some charity premie quilts. Here are 2 of them I made from fabrics I got on the flat fold table at Hancock's of Paducah! They turned out really cute. The local hospital use them for the massage therapy the preemies get and then the baby/family get to keep them. They are fun and easy to make, and the hospital really loves having them.

I did some more work on my 30's sunshine quilt last night! I"ll probably have it ready for pictures Wed night at guild, so I can share it on Thursday with you all! Now - to try and catch up with you all again! That seems to be the hardest thing this spring for me! Too many blogs I want to read, and not enough time!

8 comments from wonderful readers:

Finn said...

Your new piece is intriguing..can't wait to see what you are doing...LOL

Judy said...

Google is terrible this morning, It won't load pictures, it won't show pictures. But I did see some checknes??? maybe in there! Love how it's coming along!

Laura said...

I wish I could take your class on scalloped borders! I have always wanted to learn how to do them.

anne bebbington said...

All running about like headless chickens then today eh? :o)

ForestJane said...

Hmm, someone making "Chicken Soup for the Headless Soul" or are you going to eventually add some heads and eyes and beaks?

I love the preemie quilts - is that minkee I see on the back there?

Lily said...

Those half birds are very cute. Hmm. Blogger still playing up - can't see your premie quilts. But what a fantastic idea.

Tonya R said...

Yup, I was thinking "running around like a headless chicken" too, but I had a good laugh with ForestJane's title.

Awfully sweet and generous of you to make the quilts. Bright and fun.

Judy said...

chickens...that's what i tried to type.