Here in Southern California we don’t get a lot of those days that just make you want to stay home. Today’s one of them. Mid-50s and rainy. We even had some thunderstorms roll through here earlier!
In between doing the laundry and nagging my daughter to clean her room I managed to get a bit of sewing done. I was able to piece the strips to be used for the back of my kaleidoscope top. It didn’t take nearly as much fabric as I expected – I only cut one 4.5″ strip from each of the fabrics and that was enough.
I’ve been a bit bad about finishing things lately! I have 3 larger tops – Kaleidoscope, Kickin’ Stash, and Twister – that are all done, but I haven’t been able to muster up the motivation to put together backs and pin them. And my daughter stole half my basting pins. (They’re currently being used to hold ‘fashions’ on barbies…) And those are just the large tops. I also have 3 smaller diamond quilt tops finished – sliced and diced the diamonds with my GO – 82 diamonds and 1/3 to 1/2 yard of fabric makes a wonderful 30×30 baby quilt, just right for donating!
Tomorrow it’s off to a guild show – bringing my umbrella! Parking is a few blocks away from the building, and hopefully it’s all sidewalks. There are also vendors and my friend who helped set up said the boutique is full of some beautiful bargains. And Sunday is a Modern sit and sew where I’m hoping to finish off the top to my Dresden Plate. I’d love to start cutting another quilt there as well, but with all these tops on my conscience I feel like I need to clear the backlog a bit first.
Thanks for stopping by! Deb