The wedding quilt was finished on time! This is a Jaybird pattern, Sweet Tooth. Each block is named after a kind of candy, the border segments are named for ingredients for baked goods. The couple likes aqua so the quilt started with those fabrics. Then some other colors snuck in, just for fun and contrast.… Continue reading Wedding Quilt Bliss
Here it is, the finished yellow and blue quilt to honor the high school graduation of a niece. I really like this pattern by Christa Watson, you can see another version here: https://ponderingitall.blog/2018/12/31/big-boy-quilt/ The commitment for this quilt was most recently made here : https://ponderingitall.blog/2019/07/15/2019-3rd-quarter/ It is great to have this quilt done and gifted… Continue reading Class of 2019 Second Quilt
It has been a few weeks since I have been to yoga. I took my mat with me during my recent two week journey but good intentions did not get me on it. So I was very pleased to be back in class. But several things did not go well and made class a challenge.… Continue reading Timed
My yoga instructor suggested we consider “the edge.” In yoga, I believe that suggests how far a pose can go before it becomes uncomfortable. This may be a degree of bending, an amount of straightening, or things like that. She wanted us to explore our edges and consider exactly where they are in our yoga… Continue reading The Edge
Two quilts are close enough to being done that I made binding this week. Luckily, I am better at making it than I am at photographing it. Both quilts are to be delivered over Labor Day weekend, they might be ready in time!
First up is this Wedding Quilt for my daughter and her fabulous fiance. Discerning readers have been seeing a bunch of fabric and a pattern for some time. I am pleased to present to you…three blocks! The wedding is September 1 and the couple plans to display the quilt then. Guess what my priority project… Continue reading 2019-3rd Quarter
I have been sharing images of this quilt in various stages of completion since last fall. It is done and ready to share with the graduate. She requested a quilt with yellow, black and blue fabrics. She also expressed interest in secondary patterns. Thanks to a windfall from a raffle at my guild several years… Continue reading Class of 2019 First Quilt