Tuesday, June 16, 2015

I'm Not Lost


I have been behind on reading and commenting on blogs and may even be a bit more amiss, BUT I am working on a commission project and it is nose to the grind until this is finished.  I large beautiful basket full of fabric to pull from.


To work on this pattern - 'Princess' by Amy Bradley.  I have a schedule for each bit of progress.  I am now down to the adding the borders - you know how I love borders.  Then piecing a back, prep for the long armer (no, I am not quilting this one) and be sure I have the binding ready when it comes back.  Even the special label has been turned over to someone with a special machine for that process.


And I treat myself for each finished part of the schedule - and get that 'let's work tiny' fix.  I work a few of these each night after I have cleaned my machine.  I'm not even counting these yet, just letting them grow slowly in this box until I have a plan for them.

I am suppose to be vending this weekend, too (Father's Day) - first time since I fell and broke my hip.  So the lists are being made and checked.  HOWEVER, the forecast is severe storms - this is an outside venue.  So things could be cancelled.  If that happens, I will be basting up one of my quilts to do FMQ on myself.

So all is well here - those in the path of storm BILL - be safe and you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

11 comments:

  1. The princess quilt is adorable, at first I thought it was a panel but looked it up and saw all of the applique, some little girl is going to be very happy.

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  2. Sharon that quilt is absolutely adorable!!!! And obviously very special :) Hope you and yours stay safe in the storm, and that you find lots of opportunities to "work tiny" !

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  3. Hope we both get dry weather this weekend, you for vending, and me, for driving in the parade.

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  4. Oh my, the little princess will love that quilt. Will look forward to seeing the finish. Your box of pretty units will no doubt fill up fast!

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  5. That Princess quilt is going to be so cute. You are always so busy with your projects.

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  6. Loving those little minis. That Princess quilt is going to be too cute. Lucky little girl who receives it.

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  7. SWEET Princess quilt and teeny, tiny blocks. I need to focus on quilting a few weeks and limit my computer surfing.

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  8. Life sure does get hectic sometimes!
    Your quilt will be gorgeous! xox

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  9. Love those sweet little 4 patches on point!

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  10. What a sweet sweet princess quilt.
    Love the little patches.

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