I haven't posted for a while, so here is the finished HST lap quilt measuring 60" square.
I quilted it with hooked swirls from Angela Walters book "Free-Motion Quilting." The border has feathers.
I need to make some Christmas items to sell, so I got out the bin containing all my left over flannels and Christmas fabrics. In it there were some strips of pink and black flannel that was super soft. It was just enough to make a doll quilt.
Among lots of scraps and larger sized pieces, I found these 2 strips that were on the side of a panel of winter birds. I made place mats out of the birds part of the panel, but didn't use these cute bird houses. So, I think I will make 2 narrow wall hangings out of these. Not sure how I will do it yet. I'll put some sort of border around them.
I'm also working on these wall hangings that I am making out of my Grandma's tulip blocks that I have shown you before. I have written to my cousins and some of them have responded, so I am going to send some of these to them. On the back I'm putting a label about my Grandma. She was always making something: pajamas for her grandchildren, crocheted pot holders. knitting mittens, tatting on handkerchiefs, etc.
I just quilted this one and need to bind it.
This one is partially quilted, except for the blue corners. I really love the triangle of blue and orange flour sack fabric under the tulip.
Saturday I was a vendor at a craft/quilt show and my friend and I have 4 or 5 more lined up for November and December. On Tuesday I had oral surgery for the 3rd time on the same tooth (endodontic treatment). Ugh - what an ordeal! Hopefully, this time will do the job.
Fall is here and the trees are beautiful!!