Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Mid-Month Update (A Little Late!)

My One Monthly Goal, the Little Boys Britches quilt,  has been quilted and bound. I still need to add a label and I think I will use this left over block to do that. 

Since I was able to get all the parts for Jamestown Landing finished at quilt camp, I decided to keep at it and put together the 42 blocks I need for the quilt. It's so nice to have them done and ready to sew up into the quilt top. I may make this my next goal, although I haven't decided if I will do the piano key border shown in the book. We'll see how June works out---I have a lot of garden plans that have priority over quilting (gasp!). 

I had some extra pieces and parts left over from my Jamestown Landing blocks and put them together into a little mat to put under Willow's food dish in the kitchen. 

Or maybe it will be a chill-out mat instead?

I also finished a little gift project--I was thrilled to find the perfect backing for it!
I'll show the rest soon! 

10 comments:

  1. I love your Jamestown blocks. That's going to be so pretty!

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  2. The mat is the perfect size for the little dog resting on it. Regardless of what it was meant for, it looks good in its current use.

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  3. Always love seeing your projects Karen and I just love the colours you chose for Jamestown Landing. What a cute mat the extra blocks make for Willow! Lucky doggy!! Christine x

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  4. Your projects are beautiful. Cute dog!

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  5. You have just been ticking things off the list! Must feel good.
    I really like Jamestown Landing, and look forward to seeing yours all put together.
    Willow appears very content on the new meditation mat. :)

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  6. Willow seems to be enjoying that "perfect size for her" mat. The colors go great with her coat!

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  7. Willow seems to blend in with the colors of your Jamestown blocks. It was definitely meant for her. It must feel good to have those blocks sewn . Lots of pieces and lots of scraps.

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  8. lol! Willow is so cute! I think it's use has already been decided! ;-)

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  9. Great work on all your quilts. So good to see lovely finishes.
    Yes, yo to make the most of getting into the garden when you can. Enjoy the lovely weather.

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