Fran has just sent us directions for her block. And, I love it for being so scrappy! It will give me an opportunity to use up stray scraps. Woop! Woop!
I'm linking up with Patchwork Times so scoot on over to see what others have on their design walls.
What I spent most of my time on this week was painting the new studio. And painting, and painting ... you get the idea. It is a big space. Ceiling is done, the walls are done and now I'm painting doors and trim. Hopefully we'll be done with that by Wednesday and Pat can start laying the floor on Thursday. All that progress means I need to get busy packing the "stuff" on my wall of bookshelves in the current studio. I'll be focusing on that when Pat's doing the floor. The walls are a soft grey which I thought would work as a neutral when I start working on my design wall.
Yea for a good week on goal accomplishment!
Week of July 8, 2003
Begin painting walls of new studio√
Put 1800 quilt together√
Batt up 1800 quilt oops, I still need to put borders on!
Bind charity quilt√
Keep packing and organizing studio for move√
Week of July 15, 2013
Paint all doors and trim in studio
Work on Orange Peels
Decide on borders for 1800 quilt
Make charity blocks
Embroider some kids shirts
That's it for this week. I hope to get some sewing done today along with using some of the roma tomatoes from the garden. We are covered in tomatoes from only 3 bushes. It's amazing what a deluge of rain will do for the garden.
Happy Quilting All!