Sunday, July 8, 2012

The Flimsy!

A nice little achievement for the afternoon -only about forty inches square, but at least I will have a finish. Could be a nice puppy quilt, a play quilt or a stroller quilt! Let's hope for a quilting start tomorrow.I have managed to acquire a nice little stash of cutie Japanese lights - I'm not sure of their fate - I just love looking at them!
Must tell you - my grandson Bailey is in Sydney representing WA in AFL in the State team - well, they had a convincing win on Saturday and Bay did us all proud - perhaps we'll hear a lot more of him in times to come! Also Byron's burns are coming along nicely though he's still having dressings at Perth's Princess Margaret Children's Hospital - should be all over soon and he can play his beloved AFL, too.


Oh, another thing - I fiddle away with my ipad quite a bit and have discovered how to buy Kindle books and download them on the ipad - oh, yes, I've been a bit naughty and have added a few really nice, modern quilting books to my library, more about that soon.

10 Lovely People said ...:

Kathie said...

what a bright happy quilt! great job. oh those fabrics are so pretty I am sure your going to find the right project for them soon.
Good news on your grandson....
Kathie

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Gorgeous Lurline...

scraphappy said...

Lovely flimsy. Getting a quilt to that stage is always such a relief. It looks great.

Mary said...

Love the quilt! Such happy fabrics! And I get weak in the knees over Japanese fabrics as well. So sweet! Way to go - Bailey!!! And good to hear Byron keeps improving :)

Terry said...

Pretty flimsy! I've added a few books to my I-pad and have read one. I wasn't sure I'd like it but I do! :0)

Cathy said...

Love your new quilt top! I too use my iPad as a Kindle...lots of fun!!

Red Quilty Girl said...

Wow Lurline I love what you have been doing! Especially love your little japanese fabric stash! Where do you get them from? Love Janine x

Jeanne said...

Great flimsy, Lurline! Congrats to your grandson.

the running chicken quilting said...

Love your japanese fabrics...really pretty!

Elaine Adair said...

"Little" Achievement? My goodness, it's a lovely little quilt, and so very bright and cheerful. Any new owner will LOVE it. 8-))