I need to inform you that as of this afternoon I have completed the quilting on the 100 Meter Swim quilt. I have also trimmed it, but have not yet applied the binding. I think it needs grey and I need to cut that out first.
So the quilt frame is open and ready to have quilts thrust upon it. I spent the afternoon thinking about which one to put on the frame. I don't have a cat like Artemis to help me decide, and no way I am asking McGee to help me!
I fear that Swooze is rubbing off on me. I need to become more like Patty. (who, by the way, has a quilt for sale that you really need to see.)
In a small win, I found the Twisted Halloween quilt that had the binding sewn on just before the flood last year. Paula graciously sewed the binding on for me while I was wasting away in grief and loss. It just needed a half of one side to be finished. So I finished that up tonight.
Gonna check that off as a finish! Take everything I can get! A win is a win is a win, right?
The pattern is from Ami Simms class I took in Lafayette with Charlene, oh, 4 years ago maybe. I have used the templates from that class to make several baby quilts. I love the bright green and orange colors and the backing was a special find. Perfect. It is one of my best quilts.
Someone asked me not too long ago, how do I do those collage photos. Simple, check out Pizap. Although I am giving away all my secrets! It does make me look like I know some stuff, huh?
I still have to finish the binding on one quilt from Debbie, the guild mate who passed away recently. I finished one last night. Frank is doing his sleep thing tonight so I might just be able to finish that up tonight.
And I looked up my Blogaversity and discovered that I created the first post on 10-20-07. That will be 10 years! I guess I need a giveaway of some sort, don't I?