Decisions were made for due dates, and there were stacks of fabric all over the table - some brought for sharing and some brought to be okayed for quilts. (For several of them, this is their first experience with quiltmaking. We who've been quilting a while welcome them to the
We're making 12" blocks using fall colors, with the pattern being quilter's choice. I've already got one done (a star, of course) -
and my sister-in-law had two done, which I didn't think to get a picture of despite the fact I had my camera right in my pocket. Duh.
The quilt is officially in motion, and somehow my sister-in-law, my cousin, and I ended up being the ones who'll do the sashing and assembly. I'm not sure how that happened. At one point, I simply found myself nodding my head in agreement, and that was that.
Hey, it's going to be fun, right?
So, meeting over, I headed for my studio to get a little sewing in.
I had to make this pig. Just had to.
Is it just me, or does he look like he's wearing an earring?
And while I had that fabric out, I cut HSTs for my Jacks block
and for a Buckeye Beauty.
And what's one good Buckeye without another?
I occurs to me that if I was as organized as I pretend to be, I would have mentioned yesterday that whenever I've got that Easy Angle ruler in my hand, I cut some extra triangles to throw on the monkey pile.
Because with the weather getting warmer, the monkeys are starting to swarm again...
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