Here it is hanging in the guest room. I won the quilt on the bed from Northern Virginia Quilters Unlimited show in 2001. I attended the show with a group of guild buddies and as I walked in I stopped to buy tickets (6) for the quilt. No one else bought tickets. You have to buy tickets to win! I try to support guilds by buying raffle quilt tickets -- especially if I like the quilts. Do you buy raffle quilt tickets?Current projects are being moved forward! Here's a peak at the table topper that is almost done. It just needs binding. (Actually, it still needed trimming when I took this picture.)
And the back which shows off the quilting quite well. I can imagine using this side if I'm tired of the orange and navy! (Most photos on the blog can be enlarged.)
It was part of my goals list this past week. I'm very happy with my overall progress from last week.
July 31, 2017
Work on Christmas TAW√
Keep hand quilting Civil War Quilt√
Get serious on finishing floral wallhanging√
Figure out and quilt the orange and navy table topper√
Make a fabric box
Here's what's going to be worked on this week.
Aug 7, 2017
Finish the floral wallhanging to top stage
Bind orange and blue table topper
Keep hand quilting Civil War Quilt
Enjoy a few days with the grands at the beach
I'm linking up with my regular Monday linky parties: Monday Making, Main Crush Monday and Moving it Forward. I enjoy spending time during the week looking at what others are doing across the internet. I'll update inactive links as I find they are available.
That's it for me today.
Happy Quilting All! Bonnie