Friday, June 09, 2006

UFOs Are Multiplying



Honestly!

Another one hiding in the to-be-quilted pile. I swore this would be my last Yellow Brick Road! More one-handed sewing after my shoulder surgery. It's time to get it quilted and on my bed for this Christmas! Robyn Pandolph fabric.

Waiting for the delivery of the bookshelf. I got the downstairs vacuumed last night, but there's "stuff" everywhere. Someday I'm going to have a quilting room big enough to have everything in one room! Well, I can't dream, can't I?

I've got a haircut and manicure in the morning, and then I'm footloose and fancy free for the rest of the weekend. It feels good not to have any obligation stuff to work on. I'm going to get started on a folk art applique project. Maybe prep a few more Dutch Treat blocks. Maybe another White Christmas block. I'm in the mood to sit on the sofa and stitch. Besides, Daisy likes it when I sit by her. :)

My gratitude today is a new lavendar scented candle. I had forgotten how much I like that smell.

3 comments:

kim said...

Hi there, I have been reading your blog, and I am so inspired by your work! I really love the little rabbit wall hanging from the previous post. I can't believe all the UFO you are finishing! I only wish I had that many UFO. I'm new to the blogging world, and I'm so glad to come across people like you who give me hope that one day, I'll finish all my 'to do lists'. Anyway, I didn't mean to write so much, I just basically wanted to thank you for being such a great inspiration!! I hope you don't mind me watching for more finished projects?

Hanne said...

You know, both Ufos and scraps are breeding by cell dividing - LOL - I think this Yellow Brick Road quilt is the best I have seen this far. It will look lovely on your bed.

anne bebbington said...

I keep coming across this pattern - yellow brick road - I've not come across it in the UK, and for the life of me everytime I look at it I can't work out what the basic block is - it just looks completely random to me :o) I always love pinks and greens together but your colour choice takes some beating the moss green and crushed raspberry together are luscious