There is nothing on my wall today. I've taken down the 36 patch quilt, and it is stacked and labeled and ready to sew together. I just haven't gotten that far yet. I've been working this past week on getting the 3rd clue of the Lazy Sunday Mystery quilt finished. I can now happily report that I have all of the rectangle units done, and 5 out of 24 blocks sewn together. I'm getting very curious to see what the final product will look like.
And, my package from Thousands of Bolts arrived this morning with all of its lovely goodness. I have wanted to do a Lady of the Lake quilt for ages and ages. I've been seeing quilts lately with the colours red, yellow and grey together, and really like that combination, although I'm thinking I'll add a bit of aqua as well. So, these are the reds I ordered, some of which have the colours combined in them already.
Here are the greys, with some blacks thrown in. I'm not sure yet, whether I'll use the blacks or not. I'll have to see what develops, once I start it.
And the yellows are here. I have more in my stash to round these out.
And then finally, for the Lady of the Lake fabrics, that is, I found this fun print with all the colours in it. I might use it in a couple of the blocks, and then also as a border. I thought it was so much fun.
And then the rest of the box was filled with all kinds of neutral goodness, to replace the ones that have been used up over the past couple of months. You'd think that, since I've used up so many, I'd have quilts to show for it. Unfortunately, they are all languishing in the land of unfinished projects. So, I have promised myself no more starts until I have at least one finish. I wonder if I'll keep that promise? I did spend some time last night cutting more pieces for Meteor Shower. I'd like to say I'll get more cut today, but I have to work 3-11 today and tomorrow at the hospital. Considering it's 1:16 at the moment, and I have yet to have anything to eat today, let alone get my supper ready to take with me, and get changed and ready to go, it's not likely that I'll get much more done after posting this. So, I'll sign this off, and link it up to Judy's Design Wall Monday page
Love Bonnie's mysteries! I did Easy Street last year and it got me hooked. Can't wait to see how it turns out! Love the contrast with your pieces!ReplyDelete
Lots of fun new fabric. So nice that each piece is labeled.ReplyDelete
Nice fabrics but not good for the stash report!ReplyDelete
Sure looks like a box of fun arrived at your place!ReplyDelete
UFO land is a very crowded city!! LOLReplyDelete
Love the new purchases!
Love, love, love your Lazy Sunday mystery fabrics - I'm getting excited to see the finished quilt! Your Lady of the Lake fabrics are interesting too - I've got a red, black and aqua quilt in the planning stages, but the yellow with the grey and red sounds intriguing....!ReplyDelete