Progression

I’ve done a little sewing here and there, plugging away on my Spring to Finish goals! I finished these three Red Cross blocks for Jacquie, in the One Block Over Bee:
This is at least the second Bee she has asked people to make her these 6.5″ Red Cross blocks. What a great way to get variety! I think her quilt is going to be fabulous.

I worked quite a bit more on my Chrysanthemum Quilt, photos of a finished top to come soon!

And last night I started quilting this little gem (a UFO from last Summer!):Hoping to get a binding on it before week’s end.Are you getting any of your finishes done?

Tea, anyone?

This sweet mini quilt was designed by Emma… She’s a member of my small group, Seams Sew Easy, a graphic designer by trade, and a talented quilter. I offered to test this pattern for her, and this is my finished product:

Complete with yellow Darlene Zimmerman designed teacup border, royal blue flange, and polk dot(!) background. (My photos are terrible–but trust me, it’s sweet, cute, bright and fresh colored!)

I received another block last week for my Neighborhood quilt, from Alissa:

I’m loving all the little details everyone is adding, those are Heather Ross seagulls…

and a green car parked by a little orchard?!? Alissa didn’t even know I drove a light green Beetle, that could be my car!

There have been four more revealed here, that haven’t arrived in my mailbox yet. Go check them out!

Have a blessed Easter weekend,
Doris