I taught a “potholder quilt” class in Corinna (Maine) on Saturday. Thank goodness for my good natured students who allowed me to take some photos, otherwise I would have nothing to post today. We were a small group, but these “Clueless Quilters” know how to put the pedal to the metal and get things done!
I seem to have lots of quilty things going on, but little to show for it. I think I am involved in too many sew-a-longs, but I just can’t say no!
I still happily pick up my little 4” square and applique my Quilty 365 circle, every morning.
I have been working diligently on the final border of my “Gwennie Inspired” Round Robin quilt. I’m looking forward to the final reveal of all these wonderful quilts.
I have been keeping up nicely with the Shenandoah Valley Botanical Album block, but I fear if I take on one more thing I will be behind on my October block.
I accepted Randy’s (Barrister’sBlock) invitation to a pin cushion swap and my mind is racing a mile a minute figuring out what to make. I have yet to narrow it down.
And, a bit of good news. Two friends e-mailed me last night to let me know that my “Time Warp Stars” quilt (“Clarified Stars” aka “Ghee Whiz”) was the last auction item of the evening at the AQSG auction on Saturday night at the seminar in Tempe, AZ and my friend “Potholder Pam” Weeks won it! You can read more about the quilt (here). So we both helped the AQSG coffers and I couldn’t be more thrilled that it went to a great home!
Hope you all get lots of quilting time today!