(this picture was added after my quilt class)
The morning started with my alarm ringing at 5:20 am...wait, don't I have the day off? Oh, right, Larry might call from the Philippines -- and he did! Skype is amazing! His group had returned back to the hotel early (really, 9:30 pm isn't what I call early) and at this hotel he has access to internet in his room! I love getting to see him and talk. His laptop computer is older so we went and purchased him a viewing camera before leaving, and this Momma is happy! They have done church work and sightseeing, including white water rafting (he fell out and lost his wedding rings, lol!) and a zip line! I was concerned for his poor arthritic ankles, but he survived fine. :-}
Well, since I was up, I made use of my day home from work!
Here's the quilt for David and Rajeana, their wedding was February 9.
This is the first block made in the checkerboard process, the blue pokeydots were from scraps given in my quilt class.
It is my first attempt at "low volume"; to me, this one is more just soft tones. 'Jeana likes rose color, and she sews, too. Don't you love these little pink scissors?
It feels good to see the quilt get rolled up on the frame with each pass--
Ta-da! Off the frame! I'm showing it to class tonight ~
I love the back, sorry, maybe I can get a better picture tonight ~
edited to add this photo:
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Here are some wedding shots of the reception, I helped Pam serve another of her famous creations ~
Good friends ~ like gold!
Pokey, Pam, Kathy, Vicky
And lastly, the table runner is complete. auditioning for a binding...
"Through wisdom is a house built, and by understanding it is established, And by knowledge shall the chambers be filled with all precious and pleasant riches." Proverbs 24:3,4