|Bright Sampler finished, 11/2020, started 2018.|
|Santa sighting at the Christmas Tree Farm, nice smile.|
|Last few inches hand sewing the binding.|
|Log Cabin blocks started for Temecula Quilt Co.'s QA, Down Home Darling.|
|My white Amaryllis blooming, four buds on this stalk.|
|Widthwise view of my finished sampler.|
|Lengthwise view, 84" x 74".|
|All four flowers open! and another stalk ready to bloom.|
Quilt News from the valley,
where we have sun and cool temp.s!
And a wonderful Thanksgiving was enjoyed here by all.
This week I finished hand sewing the binding onto my Bright Sampler Quilt started in 2018, a BOM, 'Times of Refreshing' by Piecing the Past Quilts Co.
I chose my own colors, block arrangement and border treatment.
I've been working on it for a while off and on, it's hard to believe it's finished!
And, always looking ahead, I decided to do a QA by Temecula Quilt Co., their 'Down Home Darling.' It's a Log Cabin block quilt and I enjoy piecing log cabin blocks, liberated or precision.
I'm adding some liberated piecing just to shake it up a little.
The centers are the traditional red square ( differing sizes) in prints.
Also, a quilt friend of mine, Debbie, who blogs @ A Quilters' Table is going to be Quilting Along with Carolyn Friedlander's Modern Log Cabin Quilt.
I'm going to keep a close eye on her progress and maybe start off in that direction soon.
The design is modern and I would call it 'liberated' and exciting for sure.
We went to the local Christmas Tree Farm on Friday and wouldn't you know it Santa showed up in his BMW.
He officiated over the hot cider and I had to get a photo of his great smile.
That is the Quilt News from the valley, where we are remembering to be thankful!
And progress is being made!
I'm hurrying less and enjoying the simple things in life,
after all, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
I'll be by to visit.....