Sunday, June 14, 2020

Monday Making


This is my fabric pull for the border on the Round Robin.  I've had that JR 'Clementine' for over a year, so I obviously haven't found a use for it.  I will just be pulling a few strips to add to my FQs.  The left over strips will certainly get used some where along the way.

I will take a photo of the full flimsy and share once it is received back to it's original owner.


My granddaughter with her next quilt.  Hmm, I think I need to have a PJ day.  Although we have gotten very cold and I have thown the sweats back on.  I don't think I'll ever put that winter coat away this year.


And this is my daughter's quilt.  I've warned her that the 'to be quilted' pile will grow very fast.  She decided on the Baby Lock JazzII machine and is waiting for delivery - and we all know how slow that is now.

Stay Safe and Healthy,
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

5 comments:

  1. Wow beautiful quilts.cant wait to see what you do for the robin row. i never have good ideas. Need to practice the "what ifs" and learn to execute those ideas. You are so good at envisioning the final project

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  2. Wow, the family is really jumping into production mode. How old is your granddaughter? She's doing great and I love the star quilt your daughter made. It was 38 degrees at 6:30 AM yesterday. I just wanted to crawl back in bed.
    Pat

    Pat

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  3. Beautiful quilts. I love those jammies on your granddaughter. I want somewith feet.

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  4. Your granddaughter is really full steam ahead with her quilting. Maybe, if I sewed in pajamas, I'd get more done. I enjoyed your last post with the tour of your garden. Everything is late here this year except for yarrow. My lavender will probably be ready to open next week.

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  5. Just two quilt beauties there--your granddaughter is so cute in her "jimmy-jammies";))) I have too many to be bound, to be layered and to be quilted(S) hanging in my closet...must get moving on them...
    Hugs from afar julierose

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