Finish removing the stitches from the Mod Sampler Quilt. Did you know that for every minute you spend sewing something on the machine, you'll spend 5 minutes to take out those same stitches? OK, so that's not scientific fact, but that's about how it seems to me right now. I just need to decide on who I'm going to send it to for the actual quilting. insert sarcastic enthusiasm about paying someone else to do what I want to be doing.
All of the Kitchen Windows blocks are now ready to be sewn together! I finally committed to the light blue sashing, which I still have mixed feelings over, but this was my original instinct so I'm sticking with it. I chose the blue because the other main colors are pink/gray/red and I want Brandon to be able to like the quilt too. I plan to
I have one last quilt block to make for the MSQB and then I'm officially finished (well except for my quilt). This block is for a man's quilt, so I'm super intimidated by it. I might put it off one more week until I know for sure I've settled on the right block. sorry, Sharon! I did get some "inspiration" about which fabrics to use today though.
I am really behind on getting up my review/reveal of the Amy Butler Sweet Harmony Tote I made last month. I want to take good pictures to show you, but I'm stumped and feel like all my photos are lame-o these days.
I have a New Wave quilt stack ready to go but I need to make/get the template. Oh, and I need to finish "all of the above" before starting this one.
I also need to mop my kitchen floor again. It's been a while.
I am still wondering: What kind of sewing machine do you use and is it pretty good with quilting? I'm starting to think about getting a new machine, and I really want to be able to finish my quilts on it--something I can not do with my current machine.
I'm linking up with Lee today at Freshly Pieced!