October 28, 2008 § 11 Comments
If my husband is reading this, he is probably gasping at this very moment. I wasn’t even sure how many were hiding on the shelves. I’m embarrassed to say that I have nine quilt tops that need to be quilted. The stack you see includes the quilt tops and their potential backing fabrics. This Friday I am going to begin to attempt to make a dent in this pile. Even if I quilt one a week, the pile still won’t be gone by Christmas. Eeeks!
A local quilt shop rents out their HQ Sixteen mid-arm for customers to use and I have taken the orientation class. I feel armed and dangerous.
From top to bottom:
- Charity Quilt with swapped charm squares.
- One of the first baby quilts I made that was never finished. Destined to become a charity quilt.
- The Leafy Rosy quilt.
- Gary’s Snowball quilt.
- My Bow Tie quilt from a Kaffe Fassett class.
- The Handkerchief Corners quilt.
- The United She Stands quilt.
- A 4th of July quilt that was a shop sample for the previous quilt shop I worked for.
- The Coffee quilt my friends made for me when I left above said quilt shop.