Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Taxes, Taxes ,Organizing and Quilting

Every year I say the same thing. I’m going to do my taxes early and every year I just don’t get them done until the last minute. I actually started them in March. Anyway they will be sent in on Friday. This year I’m using quilting and organizing as my excuse. When the organizing is finished I’ll post pictures but I do have a few quilty pics to show. Here’s a look at some of the quilting on the Sherbet quilt. I’ve done different quilting in the 2 borders.
 Creations 086I only need to put a binding on this D9P table runner. It’s made with a charm pack of Amy Butler’s Midwest Modern 2. This will be in my shop on Friday.

 Creations 080 Creations 081 I seem to be stuck on 9 patches lately. I’m just making them and hacking them up. I’ve made a few in purple for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Who knows where this creation is headed. I hope to find out by Saturday.
 Creations 084Linda over at Stray Stitches is having a 200th post giveaway. You have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to The Fat Quarter Shop. You have until Monday April 11th at 8:00 PST to enter.

 

If you’ve noticed a difference in the look of my posts, it’s because I’m now using Windows Live Writer. About a week or so ago Blogger said I was over my picture limit and would have to pay for more space. I don’t see how that’s possible since my blog is a little over one year old. Thus the change to Windows.

5 comments:

Why Not Sew? said...

The quilting looks great on both quilts. I love the Amy Butler MWM2 quilt. Beautiful!

Shay said...

Oooohhhh I love that Amy Butler fabric.

Everything you've shown here is so pretty! Love the quilting on the top one.

ellen gets crafty said...

After seeing your post of March 29 "Binding Again", I signed up as a follower. If you get a chance, take a peek at my January 21th blog, love the botany fabric.

em's scrapbag said...

The runner looks fantastic! Love all the Amy Buttler fabric.

desertskyquilts said...

Ooooh, maybe I'll have to use mine in D4P blocks! Thanks for another good idea.