Monday, September 15, 2014

English houses

Still haven't resolved the tiny picture issue....sorry...

Anyone remember these from the 90's.   They are a block of the month series from a Quilt shop in Oregon (no longer available).   My new goal  is one a month for the next six months so I can get them off the UFO list.

Did you see that it is National sewing month?  Check out the great prizes at

Working on labels and sleeves for the Jefferson Guild show on Sept 27 and 28.

Spent last week in Olympia, took a short Long arm class, just the basics.  While it was fun, it is way to physical for me, so I don't see a long arm in my future:-(. Love the quilt shop there...Bayside quilts...great selections, friendly staff, definitely worth a visit!!


Michele said...

Longarm quilting is certainly different than using a domestic machine. I'm not sure if it's for me either. It looks great though!

Audrey--Quilty Folk said...

Hi! Audrey from Quilty Folk blog. I wanted to thank you here because I couldn't find your email. The response to helping out with my mom's lost stash has been incredible. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity!!

Shasta Matova said...

I see you haven't posted on your blog for a while. How did you do with the BOM? You are a no-reply blogger, and you commented on my blog, so I wanted to tell you that I have been trying the no new projects rule for a while, and it doesn't work for me. What I do instead is make a more reasonable rule, like must finish one (or two) project to start a new one. At least that way the numbers of UFOs don't keep increasing.