One of the reasons I came back to AZ early was to have the opportunity to meet with my SSQSG. What started out as a sewing bee has become a warm, enjoyable meeting of friends to talk about life and share our individual works. Since we met at TOWQS this month, it was also time to get in a little retail therapy!
I will direct you to Merumo's blog to catch up on all her projects...
and then I would love to share
Lin's (no blog) work for the month.
Loved this scrappy double 4-patch and must add some of that red border fabric to my stash!
A Quilter Lives Here by Liberty Homestead
I should have taken a close up pic of the fabulous machine quilting.
Made using Jo Morton fabrics and the hand-dyed, sueded cottons from Liberty Homestead.
Her full sized version of Grandpap's Cards.
The setting fabric is from Bonnie Blue Basics...it reads grey, but is a small pattern of blue and brown. I'm thinking it would be a good choice of setting fabric for my Farmer's Wife blocks.
Just love her version! Do you think she will trade...her's is quilted and bound!!!
I brought home a few pieces of Jo Morton's new Sweet Emilie line.
Perfect nuetrals for the HST units in my Pinwheels for Caroline.
Mother Nature has blessed us with a marvelous, drenching rain this morning...
a good day to sew. My goal will be to make a few R&W blocks first and then play with my new pretties. What will you play at today?