Monday I quilted both of the Just Blocks quilts. The twin size for my customer was quilted using an edge-to-edge design, but the lap, since it was MY quilt, I quilted all by myself. It didn’t turn out too bad, if you don’t look too close. I did swirls, loops, wavy lines, and once in a while I threw in a leaf. Although, I think you’d have to be told it was a leaf—they’re not too good. I definitely need more practice!! Thank goodness, the fabric is busy enough that the mistakes don’t show, much.
This is the twin size with the “Fallscape” fabric.
And the lap size
I was getting the pattern up on Craftsy this morning, when the size I put on the pattern didn’t sound right. I did some checking (the quilt is already hanging at the Creamery), and I put the wrong size. I quickly changed it and redid the pdf. I had sent it to Quilt Woman last night, so I had to send a correction to them. Hopefully, the corrected pattern arrived before they did anything with the first one.
It’s a dreary day today, but we did get some much needed rain yesterday. The grass is green, leaves are coming on the trees. The scillas, bleeding heart, and violets are blooming. There are buds on my white lilac, this will be the first year it blooms. I’ve been using chives. I have the potatoes cut and ready to be planted. The calla lilies are sprouting. There wasn’t enough gas in the tractor to till last Saturday, which would have been the perfect day for planting garden. Now I have the garden tilled, but haven’t been able to plant. I heard that four letter S word for next week, so maybe not planting is a good idea. At least if we do get snow, it won’t last.
Enough for today!