Keith and I had a nice weekend together – some biking, some time just vegging, and a date nite. I didn’t have time in the sewing room but I did manage to make progress on the crochet Shell blanket (this thing is massive) and get the Strips and Strings Log Cabin quilt bound.
Keith left early this morning so I’m back to work. I’ve made a good start on assembling the Bow Tie top and I’ve got a Happy Block top loaded on the longarm but the afternoon storms have rolled in so I’m going to sit and work on hand stitching the 16 patch binding.
I think this is the most beautiful log cabin quilt I’ve ever seen! Wow!
Sounds like a fantastic weekend. The quilt is fantastic and you will have lots to fill your days.
Every time I see that quilt, I fall more in love with it! It’s fabulous! Those Baptist Fans! Hope the storms aren’t too bad & pass quickly!
I love this log cabin layout. Your colors are popping gorgeous. I am stitching your Happy Block quilt top now. My great grandson will love it.
It looks so great!
Such a beautiful quilt! Hand stitching a binding is my favourite thing to do!
Sounds like you had a great weekend. Love that log cabin quilt. I really want to do one for my youngest daughter who has a vacation cabin/house. Hopefully that can be my next project. I am currently working on a Harry Potter tote bag for a granddaughter.