Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Did you have a question for me?..........

Did you get an answer from me?  If you don't have an email link I can't answer you........I have 2 email links so that you can email me with questions; one is on my right sidebar, the other on my profile page, 2 different emails so if you have trouble with one, there is another.  Questions about the quilt top I just finished? This link takes you to some facts and this link takes you to the construction of the block.  You can also just scroll back through the last 2 weeks and see the quilt in progress.  If that doesn't answer your question PLEASE email me.

Yesterday I spent the morning digging up plants that hopped the rock boundary of my back garden.  Two hours of digging it and I'm feeling it.  Then yesterday afternoon I started putting away batiks that were scattered about from the last quilt top.  I kept out the group above, some of my faves!!

11 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

That digging is hard to do at times. Glad you have gotten some of it done. We are working at it too. I have been picking up also and then I need to make a couple slip covers. One for a car seat and one for a glider rocker. Do you know what you plan on doing with these beautiful fabrics? Chris

Gene Black said...

those batiks are gorgeous. I really love the purple and the bottom left multicolored one.

suemac said...

Of course I love the purple one.

patty a. said...

That purple one - I have the same piece but it is turquoise. It is one of those fabrics that is almost to pretty to use!

Christine said...

any ideas yet how you'll quilt it? ... really, Wanda, it is the most beautiful beautiful thing!

JJM said...

I agree your fabric favorites are truly gorgeous. And yesterdays post... I did enjoy seeing your NW quilt at a distance... it truly sparkles with all the cuts of a gem stone. And your garden growth was fun to see how fast it is all leafing out so fast.

JJM

Nancy J said...

Maybe no digging for a few days, two hours is two too long!!! Fabrics left out to pick up, look at, place in a different order, that is real quilting fun. Cheers, Jean

Sally Bramald said...

Seeing if you can reply or not......

Toya said...

I lost my home to an arsonist last summer, I can't begin to tell you how it felt to lose all those precious batiks. Even though I had a variety of fabric, they just made my day! So I have gone to the local quilt shop and lost my mind!! So continue to share those photos of your stash!! I am truly enjoying it! Thanks!

Brown Family said...

I see why those are your favorite!

Charlotta said...

So - what are you going to do with that favorite batiks you didn't put away? Suspense!