A little of this, a little of that

I mentioned yesterday that Keith and I took a walk. There’s a loop that takes us down past the new US Headquarters for his company and across the river. This first photo is of the new office – it’s scheduled to be ready for them to move in sometime in April.

Here’s a view of the Minneapolis skyline as we crossed the bridge.
Chesty made himself a comfy spot this evening pushing the quilt on top of the pillow and climbing on top.
With just hours to spare, I finished quilting the 10th top for November. This one was pieced by Deborah and it’s quilted with a swirling/dwirling pattern inspired by the Pajama Quilter DVD.
Keith put up some lights today – unfortunately he’s going to have to redo part of them because the icicles are two different sizes and he didn’t happen to notice it.

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6 Responses to “A little of this, a little of that”


    love that MPLS skyline… beautiful quilt! 10 for nov! well done!

  • Cary:

    That is the most beautiful quilt I have ever seen! I am in love with the colors! WOW!

  • Pam:

    How fun those pillowslips are! 16~WOW good job!!

    Congrats on 10 for November! How fun to put lights around your deck…festive!


  • Nancy:

    Your productivity continues to amaze me!

    The muted fall colors in the quilt are very attractive.

    Congratulations on meeting your goal and making all the pillowcases, too. Excellent!

  • Susan D:

    10 quilts for Nov! Great job– and the pillowcases, too. You’re my inspiration– keep up the great work. And I just love the dwirling design– I’m going to have to give it a go. And then Keith got the lights up– they’re beautiful, whatever the size.

  • Judy:

    Wow Mary, thanks for the close-up of your swirly pattern. I’m loving that design and I hope to find the right quilt to try it out on. Might be tougher with a domestic machine but I think I can make it work! Thanks loads!

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