One more day of medication--Yay!
I am so tired of being wiped out and having vertigo, so by the end of this week I am counting on being a lot peppier!
|Did you think I could resist Joe's Halloween mystery??? It's going to be another happy, scrappy project! Part One HERE, Part Two HERE|
This is about the extent of my sewing this past week. I need five more of these blocks, but I can't get my brain to focus on sewing.
|At least I have my hexies to fall back on. |
I've been basting them while binge watching Master's of Sex.
Great show--I love Mrs. Johnson!
Linking with Scraptastic Tuesday HERE
and Linky Tuesday HERE
and Quilt Story HERE
That is one of the most stunning Patriotic quilts I've ever seen! Bowing down to the master of the red white and blue quilt!ReplyDelete
A great R/W/B quilt! Nice fix on the corner detail. Don't know that it would have occurred to me, but I can see it is a better option.ReplyDelete
Having been groggy on meds for a few months, I know that all of those little QSTs would be challenging to face. Maybe next week. : )
Wow, that quilt is terrific!ReplyDelete
(I'm liking the Halloween one so far, too.)
It looks fabulous in patriotic colors! Seeing Thimblecreek's version of the quilt, I never would have thought it sould look so different, and so terrific. What a lot of piecing--nice work!ReplyDelete
Your medallion quilt is wonderful!! Love the way you handled the corners.ReplyDelete
Your other mystery looks like fun, too.
Your Thimble Creek quilt is just fantastic! I absolutely love it! Congratulations on a great finish!ReplyDelete
I love your red, white, and blue quilt. It just sparkles ( no pun intended). The next mystery looks like a fun one too.ReplyDelete
Lovely quilt finish--I like the Medallion look and have yet to finish up my Lori holt one I began--eons ago!! hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Your RWB quilt is gorgeous. It is so striking. You did a phenomenal job choosing all those fabrics. I'm liking your new Halloween mystery. I might have to look and think about that one more closely. Hope you're back to yourself by the end of the week.ReplyDelete
Your mystery quilt is looking great. Yes, something has to happen with all the left over scraps.ReplyDelete
The Halloween blocks looks lovely.
Hope you are well on the mend, now.
Hello Karen! For someone who is not feeling great you have achieved a great deal! I hope you are feeling better now! I love your Timblecreek quilt and I like the change you made to the corner star.... the dark does look better. Your new project looks like fun too! Have a lovely week! :) xReplyDelete
I hope you're feeling even better now! Genius on the corner blocks! And IMHO hexies are always a fabulous fall back plan.ReplyDelete
I love your Thimble Creek quilt!! I hope you're feeling better soon, vertigo is so disconcerting, take care.ReplyDelete
Holy Cow!!! What an amazing patriotic quilt.ReplyDelete
It is a stunning quilt and I love all the different blocks in it but how it all comes so beautifully together. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesdayReplyDelete
LOVE your Thimble Creek quilt and can't wait to see it quilted - it is just fantastic! Hope you are on the mend!ReplyDelete
Thimblecreek is glorious! What a fabulous scrap quit. I invite you to link it to WIPs Be Gone since it's going to the WTBQ pile. Feel better soon.ReplyDelete
Love, love, love the mystery quilt. All those pieces and parts in the installments. Never thought of the final quilt turning out like this.ReplyDelete
Vertigo is no fun. Hope the medication works.
Oh, forgot to mention that my friend ended up in the emergency room with vertigo. The doctor pressed on some certain area.....I am not sure if it was on her neck or just where and it helped with the symptoms. He showed her husband how to do it to help her.ReplyDelete