This is a little bit of my Bones quilt. I finished it and even have it bound. I put in on the guest bedroom bed... Lisa wasn't so sure about sleeping under a quilt with a skeleton on it. Where's her sense of adventure? This is a block that I liked, but there were no directions for it- don't you just hate it when a magazine has pictures of quilts but no directions to make one yourself- I don't mean the art quilts, just the regular ones. So I made this block out of some scraps but lost interest in it after the first inset seam- I finished them but didn't want to go farther. I did Darcie pebbles on the green- good practice. Once I figure out how to put a picture on the new computer(Should have had Lisa show me how. We have Skype now so maybe we can do it online. What fun! Anyway...) I might be able to show the whole quilt- if I can get the guys to stand on a couple chairs outside- should have done that, today. It was just a gorgeous day. It is a very generous sized quilt, a bit stiff from all the quilting, but I'm thinking it will wash up softer.
Can ya tell I am missing my Mom and my sisters? They left this morning and I was left alone to twiddle my thumbs. Finished quilting the wedding quilt and even have it bound. Shocking, I know. I worked on a mini and am over half way done with that. It is all in light light pastels so I hope to get it done as soon as possible- Easter is comin' up ya know. Then I finished my two block challenge for the Wayward Fabric Club. Best of all, I found my size 8 Susan Bates crochet hook. I've been lost without it. I have been using a finer thread and a smaller needle- rubbed a hole through my fingerprint- ouch. So I need to rest on the crocheting for a while. Now to sew two more dresses for the girls for the wedding- black dresses were requested and I found an adorable polka dot that will be perfect. Well, enough of the Chatty Cathy act. Hope everyone has had a great week.