Oops, I’m a day late… So sorry but the weather has been so nice I’ve been walking and sitting outside.
Anyway, on with the projects.
I got to pick our May projects. First up…the monthly Buttermilk Basin “By thy hands” BOM
And this one is mine.
A little display.
This next one was a freebie off the internet. Sorry, no name and no designer.
Don’t you love the frame and background Sandy chose?
This one is mine.
Next up is a little quilt from Primitive Gatherings called “Back in Time”, designed by Lisa Bongean. We both were drawn to this quilt because of the cheddar fabric. Yummy!
Sandy used fabrics from her stash.
I had a kit. Funny thing about the kit. I bought it a couple of years ago, but when it came time to start working on it, I couldn’t find it anywhere. I tore my nest apart looking for it but never did. ( I think Jack, the cat, knocked it off my sewing table into the waste basket. Thankfully, Karen came to my rescue and let me have the kit she bought. Thanks Karen.
Now, not to toot my own horn, but those of you who have followed me for awhile know that I “quilt by check”. Well, not this time. The center is machine quilted and the borders are HAND quilted…by ME! Woo Hoo!!!
Up next is another Buttermilk Basin pattern called “Winter Welcome Runner”. Sandy’s looks like the pattern.
I decided to just stitch the center and frame it.
And lastly, the quilt of the month chosen from the book, “101 Fabulous Small Quilts” is called “Jacob’s Ladder”. This is the largest one that we’ve made so far. (30” x 30”)
Sew, that’s it for May. Gotta get to work on June. It might get tougher to get them done this summer because I’d rather be outside and Sandy has a farm to run. We’ll try tho….just for YOU!
Till next time… (I was gonna say “month”, but since I’m late posting this, I’ll try be on time in June) LOL