Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Monday Making


Since I posted the Quilt Show on Monday, my Monday Making waited a day.  I worked these Bonnie Hunter Challenge Rails and Logs while there was time home from vending over the weekend and finished them up Monday.  They all need a good pressing and squaring up.  I now have 40 of each, so about half way there with this project.  The upside is that the last scrap bag is empty!  I have plenty of FQ odds and ends that need using up, so that is my next area to hit when I sit down to these.

  
Block #10  for the Pathwork QAL came out on Monday and I cut all my pieces out.  Love these little work boards to hold my things in place and sits easily next to the machine.  I will do these as leader/enders as I prep some projects for machine quilting.  Then my machine gets a good cleaning, oiling and set up for 'quilt' mode - those projects have been stacked up and waiting their turn for too long.

Our temps have downward spiraled with some very heavy frost last night - thought it snowed.  The Canadian Geese are making very short stops of rest/feeding and moving on at a fast pace.  I think that four letter word is on it's way.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

5 comments:

  1. I have forgotten where you are, but geese moving makes me think that your winter is very near. An empty scrap bag, guess some more will come your way very soon.

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  2. Love those boards for keeping cut pieces/blocks laid out! You must have been working hard to get thru your scraps bags.

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  3. It was chilly in Jersey City yesterday morning, but nicely warmed up by the time we reached Lancaster County.

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  4. Looks like you've made great progress. It's been cooling off here too. Not quite sweater weather, but close.

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