Progress Report Time....
Wednesday, as posted on here already, I finished off one of my flowers for my "Asian" quilt. I still haven't come up with a proper name for this quilt and its made with "South Seas" fabric, so, for now its my "Asian" quilt.
Thursday, I managed to make another flower block, for this quilt.
Here's the flower collection, so far.
I think I need 9 flower blocks for this quilt.
Gilbert had my 1st "Bobby's Quilt" on Bertha,
our Longarm machine!
Its now ready to "bind".
I will post pictures once that's done.
And here's my new quilty project.
Its for my Dad. His name is rather difficult to pronounce in English, so a lot of people call him "Easy". He also LOVES his plaid shirts. My Mom calls them his "Al Borland" shirts - re: "Tool Time" with "Tim, the Tool Man Taylor".
Remember that show?
Taking all this into account, I've decided to name this quilt
By 4 p.m., I had managed to piece 4 rows!
I got the idea for this pattern from a picture of a quilt that I saw in one of my books.
They called it a variation of Jacob's Ladder.
So far, it's coming together real easy and fairly quickly.
And I'm lovin' the look of it, too!
This morning, Gilbert and I have a couple quick errands and then, this afternoon.... I am volunteering at our local Quilt Guild show.
Have a Super Saturday!