Another Friday!  They must have cancelled a couple of days last week.  It just went by too fast.

Last week, I started on and this week I finished the client TATW and today I got a nice picture. The next step in this project is to take it to the client’s house, try it on her bed, see if it tucks under her pillow the way she wants.  Then we’ll get her ideas on what colour she wants the 9″ border.  I don’t know if we have a backing already.  That will probably need to be assembled at least.  Then this puppy gets quilted.  It’s a monster.  Each of those little squares is 3″.



The flimsy that got dropped off last week is quilted.  She helped me choose the stitching pattern so I’m able to show you the mockup I created.  We can compare this with the actual done version.  I haven’t seen the two side-by-each either so we can see them together.  Remember, you have to click a couple of times.

The car had to be taken for its emission test and then brought to the repair place for a new catalytic converter but that didn’t take that long.



I weeded the garden, tiny though it is. I spent one afternoon with my friend to drool over recent fabric purchases.  Perhaps I slept through a day, or two.   I watched Barney’s Version last night.  Barney gets so he forgets/loses time/flips into the past at the end of the movie.  Is this happening to me?  Yikes.  This sounds overly dramatic, I know, but I’m the kind of person who gets back pain when a friend puts her back out. big sigh.

Oh, I remembered a day.  I spent one day working on putting the H2H flimsy together.  It’s not totally done, but mostly.  That’ll be ready to show next week.  It’s looking good so far.  I feel a bit better now.

4 Comments on Friday Finishes: July 1

  1. Sarah Craig says:

    You’ve been a very busy lady this week! I love your stained glass quilt – neat pattern! Whoop whoop!!

  2. Sara says:

    Your stained glass quilt is phenomenal,love all the colors!

  3. Shannon says:

    The stained glass is GORGEOUS! very inspiring! Whoop!

  4. Vicki says:

    I love your use of borders on the quilt. Very effective!

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