Happy Thanksgiving, Y'all!I'll be spending my Thanksgiving Day enjoying yummy food prepared by my lovely parents-in-law with my husband and my sister-in-law. Gotta say I love going to their house when Pop's homemade biscuits are involved! YUM!
**Side Note: My niece calls my parents-in-law Pop-Pop and Lemon. No idea how my mother-in-law was dubbed Lemon because she is no way a sour-puss! Evidently it has something to do with Strawberry Shortcake! That's the logic of a four-year-old! My mother-in-law loves it though and has actually signed cards to us with her new name!
Currently this is my design wall:
Yep that's a lot of Christmas plus some lonely orphan blocks. Don't worry; I have BIG plans for that sailboat block. There's a special little boy that will be making his grand arrival in the next few weeks. (Sooner rather than later is what I hear the momma saying!) So he'll need a special boat quilt to call his own especially with two adorable big brothers! No worries; pictures will come later! And, let's not talk about the variable star block that is already quilted and ready to become something. Kind of stalled out on that project. :(
An awesome friend from work wanted handmade goodies to give the women in her family. So she asked for some help from me! I was so excited and scared to take on this project.
So here's the breakdown of what these pretty blocks will turn into:
- Mariner's Star Block -- 18" Pillow
- Santa - 12" Mug Rug (Yep, it's a bit big but I was scared to scale it!)
- Trees - 8" X 16" pillows -- times 2
|Find the pattern here on Craftsy.|
|Found Santa on Quilter's Cache. Fabulous website if you haven't checked it out.|
|Pattern for the two end tress can be found here on Craftsy. I winged the middle tree. :)|
I still have two more blocks to sew up before I can get going on the quilting. I need to make an ornament mug rug as well as a present mug rug. Here's a picture of my desk currently except add a grey cat (#sophiekitty) to the mix as well as she's joined me in the last ten minutes!
|Planning out the next two blocks... #quiltmath|
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Great projects, I am sure your friend will love them.ReplyDelete