I’ve worked on a lot of little and some large projects this past week. Frolic is still not up to date. The reveal has been made and I can see where the pieces go. I will keep sewing on this project for a few minutes each day until it is finished.
In the meantime, I have corrected the 8th commandment
and pieced the 9th commandment. One more commandment block to sew and then the instructions to put all the blocks together should arrive. One block a week is so much easier to finish than the multiple blocks in the Frolic mystery quilt. There will be enough lavender fabric left to make a lot of accents for the bedroom.
I was able to place a small quilt on the Grace frame this week. Leah Day has excellent You tube videos that tell how to do this. I’ve learned a lot, but there is so much more to learn. The quilt is half quilted. I find that trying to learn new things is not as easy as it seems. It is sometimes very frustrating. I am learning how to prevent my mistakes when I quilt the next quilt. I know that I have to practice a lot, but I do get impatient when it doesn’t look as good as I would like it to be. In the meantime, Miss Molly will get a new quilt. Maybe, more than one. My work should improve with practice.
Several more Dear Jane blocks are finished. I try to have enough finished blocks on hand to quilt or tack the binding when I go to a sit and sew. This project will keep me busy for a long time. The next block to make has three circles appliqued on it. My circles usually come out crooked. I have thought of a way to make a perfect circle. If it works, I’ll tell about it in a future post.
I decided to finish the bird thread painting. It will be ready to go to it’s new home as soon as I make a label. I have another bird thread painting started in my stash of bits and pieces. I may finish that one in the future and keep it. The other bird blocks that I brought out to choose from are back in the stash of bits and pieces.
The bird block was made by color copying the picture of the bird onto fabric. Then I lightly thread painted over the picture. It’s very relaxing and like coloring inside the lines.
The tub of little fabric pieces is filling up. Someday soon, I’ll have to take time to cut the fabric into small squares so that I can sew some little blocks as beginners and enders.
There are no meetings or appointments for the next two days. Hopefully, I can concentrate on one of my projects and finish it.
Have a great day and happy quilting.
3 thoughts on “Lots of little things”
I love the thread painting! It is so pretty!
What a productive week! I, on the other hand, and still trying to finish quilting my Arch quilt.
A lot can be accomplished when one has to stay at home and have no company. I’m doing things that I tried to avoid in the past. I love your site and check in on you on occasion.
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