I'm also in the middle of quilting a QOV quilt for Country Piecemakers. Here it is on Ruthie with a row and a half done. This block works well as a group project. It is made as a disappearing 9 patch to begin with and then sew and flip squares are added to make the star points. We used donated fabric and purchased background fabric. The blocks need to be cut to size after they are made which is why it works so well for a group!
I will be demonstrating this block at the Faithful Circle Quilters show on Friday, May 2nd. If you are anywhere near Columbia, Maryland during the show stop in and enjoy. Nearly 300 quilts will be hung. And there will be vendors, silent auction, $10 and under table and Peddler's table. You can read more about it at the Faithful Circle Quilters web site.
Here's what's been happening with my goals.
Week of April 14, 2014
Border sail boat quilt
Begin quilting QOV quilt√
Embroider shirt and pants for Sophie√
Clean off cutting table√
Make progress on A Tisket, A Tasket blocks
Sing multiple Easter Week services√
And what I must get done this week.
Week of April 21, 2014
Finish quilting QOV quilt
Embroider shirt for Sophia
Make parts for demo for quilt show
Border Sail Boat Quilt
Go see Wicked!
Plan next BOM and write directions
Work on Throw Me a Curve Quilt
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The QOV looks fabulous!ReplyDelete
You got a lot done! That QOV is very special. Love the block.ReplyDelete
You've definitely thrown that Challenge a curve!!! That's one of my favorite layouts for the Drunkard's Path blocks. Great job!ReplyDelete
Love the QOV. I'm adding it to my quilts to make for QOV list.ReplyDelete