Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Quilting Up A Storm

Quilting up a storm is just what it feels like I have been doing. Summer is flying by and August will be here before I know it. I am trying to get all my customer quilts done before leaving for Canada and if I don't stay on top of it then it won't happen.

I finished this Christmas quilt on Saturday while daughter was working on the computer.

This quilt I finished last Saturday but it will be delivered with the Christmas quilts. It was a block exchange quilt and I love how she tied all the different blocks together.

This is the Christmas quilt I am working on now and hope to finish it up tonight after work. This quilt is really different and I love the deep rich colors!

Of course I am still piecing my little basket blocks. After supper and after I finish up in the studio I can manage to get one block done. They are starting to add up and now I am trying to decide how to put them together. Something fun to look forward to.
It is supposed to be in the 70's with no humidity for the next couple of days, my kind of summer weather, so it will be a perfect day! Hope your day will be the same. :D

7 comments:

WhiteStone said...

Your work is lovely! Isn't it strange how June flies by in a second and January lingers on for eternity. LOL

Vivian said...

Busy, busy, busy. Thanks for sharing all the things you've been working on. Another cute little basket. Can't wait to see those all put together.

Pam said...

You have been busy. Love looking at all your quilts. They are lovely.

sewprimitive karen said...

Ohhhhh that weather sounds divine. Your basket block is adorable.

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

I would give anything for some 70s weather! Last week we had tempertures over 100!

You've been very busy. Love your Christmas quilts. And I really like the setting of the block exchange quilt. That's a really nice way to tie all the different blocks together.

Hope you have a good trip!

Angela said...

I love the *trees and stars* quilting on that Christmas quilt!
Will you take basket blocks with you on your trip? They would be a great thing to do while you are traveling.... :o)

Jean said...

Where in Canada are you going? Is this a camping/fishing trip?