The house block was designed by Camille Roskelley (Thimble Blossoms) for her "Winterville" quilt and the chain block was designed by Fort Worth Fabric Studio. When making the blocks I realised that I would need two more cream fabrics and they were the only fabrics I bought for the quilt top - was pretty pleased about that.
Finished stitching the binding down last night. I bought the Pat Sloan fabric for the backing from Karen.
Karen quilted "Apple Pie" over the weekend - will pick it up this evening. It's looking so pretty.
A bit tired today after a big weekend. On Saturday Lynell, Elizabeth, Tania and I went to the Opera House to see "Funny Girl" The Musical in Concert - it was so fabulously great!
And yesterday the family was in Bronte for Gulliver's third birthday party (except Jenni and Kurt who are on holidays in Hobart) - such a spectacular winter's day at the park and Gulli had the best time with his cousins and friends.
I made some blocks for "100% Charming" designed by Jedi Craft Girl. Over the last few weeks I've been cutting charm squares the scrap fabrics to add to leftover squares from "Scrappy Crossroads" and charm square packs. I know I'll really like this one - who wouldn't love a quilt designed by a Jedi?
The REALLY BIG news of the weekend: my darling Jenni's sweetheart Kurt proposed and she said yes.
We are all thrilled to bits and tickled pink.