Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wordless Wednesday


Okay, not so much. (As my husband would surely tell you, I'm bad at "wordless". )

My Kissy Fish quilt is being featured on GenX Quilters today! Head over there and check out Anne Marie's excellent blog, if you haven't already. And Spoonflower linked up to my blog on their Facebook page yesterday! Thank you, Spoonflower! How cool.

Meanwhile, in addition to finally cutting into my Modern Meadow, I've also decided what I'm doing with my stack of Hope Valley FQs. Hint: It involves more squares and half-square triangles. I'm into those lately.

2 comments:

  1. I just love Modern Meadow. One of my favorites, definitely!! And Hope Valley? So far, I can't bear to cut into it. Maybe when I get around to making a quilt for myself.

    Thanks for your comment on my robot and rocket quilt, I just added a pic of the whole room thanks to your suggestion!

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  2. i used that line for my sugar block club last year!! Love it!!

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