Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
ROFLOL! Riana too funny! I'm with you on the DQ tho. They just opened a brand new one near me this summer. However, kidney diets don't allow ice cream....BOO HOO!
Gail, happy to hear you are doing ok and able to work on something.
Oh, Mary, Spanish tiles would be gorgeous! Can't wait to see how you pull that one off. If anyone can do it, you can.
Hope maybe this afternoon, I can sew a little. Have had some coughing late afternoon and evening yesterday. May call the doctor if it continues today. Lost my voice yesterday afternoon. Other than that, I'm doing well.
Oooh Mary Spanish tiles would be awesome! I must be hungry...my first at DQ was Dairy Queen! Lol...it's been a long time since l've had icecream ' cause hubby's on a diet :-((
Chris, I'm trying to find Nemo!
I am envious of all these beautiful blocks. It is making me think of Spanish tiles to go with DQ.
Love seeing everyones progress. What a lot of variety every thing from Don Quixote to baby quilts.
Oh Chris, you have been chastised by "Mama Duck", your quilt is not on your list! It is very cute though.
Linda so glad your procedure went well and you are on the mend. I'm anxious to see the Pansies in bloom at the end.
I am getting along with one wing pretty well. I had some blocks cut out ready to piece. Fingers are working well on that hand so it's onward and upward for me. It could have been a lot worse and needed surgery so I was really lucky. I am also able to mark a project on my list for quilting. Since those marks are erasable a few goofs won't matter.
Thank you, Riana, Linda, and Barbara.
Chris, the baby quilt top is so precious! All your sea creatures have personalities. And don't worry about a boo-boo, your are ready to start quilting now. I've made a number of mistakes lately too.
I'm on my way downstairs and I'll take Block #9 with me.
Super 8 Elizabeth.
Mary, Love your rendition of Piccasso's Don Quixote.
Chris, sweet quilt. Love the embroidery and I believe it is machine applique??
Chris, adorable quilt.
Elizabeth, love block #8. Hope to be back sewing tomorrow or the next day. Sleeping a bit and lost my voice this afternoon.
Mary, l've got the gist now...picture's based in Spain, so yes, there were windmills there in the 1600's, and Spanish saddles have pummels similar, but somewhat different from western ones.
Chris that's a cute quilt, but not on your PHD list...
I finished the baby quilt top on Sunday and loaded it on the quilting frame. Unfortunately, I didn't notice when my bobbin thread was messed up until I advanced my quilt and saw 4 rows of quilting were messed up. I spent the last 2 nights picking it out. Finally got it done and ready to re-start quilting this weekend.I left the top larger than needed so I can quilt and square up afterward.
Elizabeth that block's so very pretty...rose of sharon and tulips...love it!
Mary, l never read the book or saw movie...so now l'll add it to my reading list.
Mary, I'm familiar with the drawing. Maybe I saw it on the cover of Don Quixote in the "Novels" course I took in University or was it in the advertising for the movie? I visited Picasso's home and the museum where a lot of his paintings are on one of the tours Hubby and |I took.
I finished the 8th block. The flower in the middle has substitutions because I fused the patterns to the wrong pieces of fabric. I've prepared the next applique block to start hand stititching this evening.
That is my simplified version of Picasso's drawing of Don Quixote, perhaps my husbands favorite book. Over in a knitting group that studies Folk and Fairy Tales on the side, they are working on tales of transformation thru the winter. I haven't read, Don Quixote, since college, so I picked that book. I need to make a related something (they are very flexible about what you decide to make). This will perhaps be my 3rd PHD project, depending on how large it gets.
Barbara you could start a midnight quilting club...glad you got something worthwhile done. I used to get up super early when kids were still home for some quiet " me time".
Mary, l'm trying to figure out why there are both riders and windmills in your very unusual and artistic piece. Care to enlignten me? Dutch cowboys?
Elizabeth , l'm betting you just want to see how pretty those blocks are when all together! It'll be gorgeous.
Gail, do you need to wear a cast or brace on it? Maybe with a little practice you can machine piece, but don't try cutting anything with a wounded wing.
Linda, so glad you've made it through safely, and with your sense of humour intact:-)). And geese in a row or ducks...first do as doc says , and rest. They won't go anywhere for a few days...l'm keeping my eye on them.
Mary, that is the most interesting picture I have ever seen!!! 8 )
What was his response to that Linda?? Would be nice to see you again.
OK Gail and Linda, Now behave yourselves, and we expect quick recoveries.
Spent most of today coloring my tracing..making single lines big enough to applique, I'm a needleturner.
Then I cut out the figures and lost a few near his tummy. It was on freezer paper, so it is ironed now and ready to baste.
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