But I do have a couple new finishes to share with you.
First up my version of Gail Pan Designs' Snowy Garden Stitcheries. We found this at Market and upon returning home it was the first project I started on...something quick and easy.
Next up, and just finished yesterday, is a quilt commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.
*sorry for the wonky photo*
At the shop there were a couple of bolts of Lincoln Bicentennial panels from Windham Fabrics. Each scene depicted pictures from the Civil War. We loved the panels but could never figure out what to do with them and they were selling. So I began the mission of finding a use for these fantastic panels. Jackpot! While searching Windham's website I found a pattern called Army of the Potomac that used a completely different panel. But after making a few measurements I knew the panel would fit and we were off to the races.
I'm really pleased with how it turned out. And my husband really likes it too which is always a bonus. The quilt measures 58" x 58" and is the perfect gift for any Civil War buff.
I have a couple other finishes but like a ding dong I didn't get photographs and now they are at the shop. So obviously no photos to share...sorry.
One was the Smokey River quilt I talked about in a previous post. It turned out fabulous I must say.
And the other was a new pattern I purchased at Market called Perfect Ten by Swirly Girls Design. I just LOVE their patterns. And this particular one could not have been easier and quicker. It took less than a day to cut and sew it together. I made my version in Kaffe Fasset, Philip Jacobs, and Brandon Mabley prints and let me just say this...I think it turned out FABULOUS! I will try to get a picture of it as soon as possible to share.
Well that's all for now. I have to get ready to give a quick EQ7 tutorial to someone who's thinking about buying the software and then it's backing to quilting.
Have a fantastic day!