Monday, August 27, 2012

Design Wall Monday 8-27-2012


I didn't do a lot that I can show you last week.  But I did start and finish the quilting on Jenny's string quilt for Natalie.       



Here's a close up of the quilting.  It is my version of Swirls by Dawn Ramirez. It is in her DVD and book PajamaQuilter Reloaded.  

Now for the goals;
Week of August 20
Continue piecing Scrap Squad #4
Continue sewing together Christmas Redwork
Quilt FCQ Charity Quilt
Quilt Jenny’s String Quilt
Not bad... I worked on everything I planned to.  The two quilts were completely quilted and one was returned to Jenny. 
Week of August 27
Finish Paper Piecing and start on the next section of Scrap Squad #4
Finish sewing the Christmas redwork top together
Start and finish quilting one of my quilts…
Knit on Sophia’s sweater
Clean hardwood floors*

Not that much new on the list.  The * is because I don't really want to do the hardwood floors but they definitely need to be done! 

I leave you with a picture from Sophia's birthday party.  She got that really cool chair from Uncle Kevin and Aunt Aimee. 

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Happy Quilting! 


5 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, when did baby Sophie turn into a toddler?

    I did my hardwood floors over the weekend. I'm glad to have that job behind me. ;oD

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  2. Oooh! I love your quilting on the string quilt! I wish I could get brave enough to just sit down and do some fun machine quilting! Sophia is quite the little darling! :)

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  3. You and Ruthie have certainly had a meeting of the minds, Bonnie. Your quilting looks great, Bonnie. And as Nancy and Denise said before me, Sophia certainly is growing up quickly and is so very adorable!

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  4. What a fun string quilt. The green dots in the middle and the sashing really ties it all together.

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  5. Great job on the quilting! I need to get a working version of swirls! :)

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