Saturday, July 19, 2014

Mid - July . . . FNSI recap


I am completely amazed that we are more than half way through July !!!
I don't feel I have anything done, although the last few days I have managed to squeak out some time to work on my own personal projects.


I started and finished a set of placemats for my family.

Thursday, I finished another block on Wendy's quilt pattern.





This block is so cute and so much fun to stitch.

Friday, I managed to get the gnome finished and started the second mushroom. 
The top is almost finished.



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Have you been following or collecting "Row by Row" patterns? I've been seeing and hearing a lot about it on Facebook. I found this one on Facebook. It's called Trifle Dish and you can find it on Moda Bake Shop. Who doesn't love free quilt patterns?  :)

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Thanks for stopping by,

Wishing you a creative day.









6 comments:

Sandra said...

WOW how productive, I love the reindeer and Santa. Great job

Edi said...

Thank you, Sandra. This whole project has been a whole new experience and learning process. I have been really enjoying it.

desertskyquilts said...

I love your Wendy blocks! It's killing me not to give up everything and go start that. LOL 2015, 2015, 2015. =) Your placemats are great, too! I have collected 4 R X R, and 3 license plates, so far. It's fun to collect, that's a project for next year, too, though. One of the rows will make a great quilt all by itself - well, several will - but a quick scrappy one.

Josie said...

You had a really productive night! Love those blocks... they are so cute. Thanks for the heads up on the row quilt pattern. I'm trying not to start more projects but.....:o)) xxx

Edi said...

Oh my goodness, am I behind :)
Susan, I agree, the individual rows would make really cute quilts. I was on Quilt Doodle the other day and someone did the mugs in a variety of colors - really cute !!!!
Let's don't rush 2015 - I still have way too much to finish before the end of the year :)

Edi said...

Josie:
I'm a huge horder of patterns on my computer. I download and save. One of these days, I'll be looking for something to do (not sure what millenium that will happen in :)
And we'll have all these free patterns saved :) If we never get to them, we'll only have lost a little time clicking and saving :)