I really love all of the quilts that I get to meander all over...
so much talent,
so much creativity,
so much drooling...
wait, not really the drooling part, really,
but I do like both of these that I got to do so far this week ...
First up is Ann's.
Ann found these unfinished dresdens,
piecing that her grandmother and mother started in 1932,
She rescued them, put them to blocks,
added sashings and borders, and look how great:
Next is a newer pattern called Milton's Musketballs.
I did Sashiko stitching in a chocolate brown thread
(and I love it). This finished at about 25" x 30".
This is a Carol Hopkins design,
and now that I've seen it and quilted it,
I think I am adding it to my "I will make one, someday" list.
On a different note,
I am packed and ready to head off to the International Quilt show.
It's only a couple of hours ride, but you'd think it was longer,
looking at the stitching stuff I packed!
That's the plan though,
I am going to get soooo much hand stitching done in those few hours!