Brings out a little enthusiasm for Show and Tell - here we have my mock-up fourth urn block for the Civil War Bride Quilt - in progress, that is - lots of leaves and maybe a couple of pears to be added - why not! - the other blocks are quite densely appliqued. These flowers will feature in my border, so hopefully all will tie in nicely!
Remember my little baskets from Where the Cold Wind Blows - they have been brought to my attention and I've pulled them out - even if I get to crib size, that will be nice, but I will keep going!
My Guy - at last! - here he is, Magoo! And he is going to live with me - I've promised him he will be an only child and he looks very happy about that!
He does have playmates! I could become a dolly-maker again, but quilting is'the' passion! So much so, my fingers are very itchy to do do a little creating - maybe a new start - no stay on track, Lurline! I have ordered some more Kaffe's from Hancocks - I should have a lovely stash soon - it has been a long time - since they first hit the market here in Australia actually - and I've ordered his latest book!
A promise of spring - my first roses! The garden is not a pretty sight, but the sun will bring everything along, plus I bought three new potted roses yesterday - two of 'Seduction' and the other 'Hot Chocolate'.
I'm off to Boddington on Sunday to a lovely quilt display - I have never been before, so it will be an exciting day in the sun! Boddington is about 120k away - a mining town and very lucrative for our state - lots of gold there!
Happy weekend everyone!