Hello everyone. It’s been a pretty busy couple of weeks. Thanksgiving is but a memory, and Christmas is heading our way. I’ve been truckin’, so to speak in my studio.
I’ve been sewing more of my scrap blocks, and now I’m up to 350. That means only 50 more to go…
I’m also finishing my last customer quilt job for this year. It is a beautiful quilt, for one of my great quilt piecer friends. She definitely keeps her sewing pedal to the metal!
I instagrammed a photo yesterday. I hope you follow me there, so you can see the first couple borders quilting design. I think it really ties into the fabric motif so nicely.
Well… today was going to be a full day of quilting on that quilt, but I had to change my plans to go to Denver for some supplies for our barbershop. The new barber is set to move in on Monday, so we couldn’t wait for shipping, I HAD to go to the city!
I did manage to hit three quilt shops while I was there… and I found a great eagle quilt pattern, a couple yards of fabric, and an extra cone of quilting thread, just in case I run out mid-quilt on this current job.
It really was a beautiful day to be out! I just love these nice December days in Colorado!
I took my camera along for the ride, and in Akron, I spotted this old truck. I had to turn around and go back… The door was open to the building behind, and I did poke my head in to ask permission, but nobody was around. I hope they like how I photoshopped the image. I just love playing with my photos!
This truck was empty today, and pretty soon, my quilting workload for Christmas will be unloaded as well. I hope your projects are also coming along right on time!