I'm still in summer mode here, and here is the sewing to prove it!
The little twister cherry runner top is done, I need to quilt it.
See the little cherry cornerstones? :-}I know, I didn't use all the fabrics I showed before, but they didn't play well in the pattern. I may need to try something else with those...
The "Pineapple Blossom" was waiting for me to figure out the sashing and wonky star, I think it's gonna work out, hope so, anyway.
I'm not sure after I did it, what do you think? Anyway, I need to lay all the blocks on the bed today, and figure out the placement. You may recall, this was a Block Lotto challenge for May, originally from Bonnie Hunter....
I like the extra texture that comes from the white-on-white pieces ~
I appreciated the design and kept it going for the month of June, ha ha! Lydia keeps telling me this one is her wedding quilt. She says,"With so many quilters in my life, I didn't get one wedding quilt!" (I had to remind her of table runners and wedding dresses... ahem...)
I've finished 10 squares for the Block Lotto for July, that's the limit for the month for exchange.
This "Liberated Checkerboard" has to be the most fun I've had sewing a block, Sophie's step by step pictures on Flickr made it so-o easy... I may have to do more of these ~
tah-tah for now!
"O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together." Psalm 34:3