Friday, May 19, 2017

wonky wishes top

Lots of great suggestions for bordering wild and goosey- thank you so much, but I am still just staring at it.

During my hangout with my daughter, I was able to complete the sewing for wonky wishes. Bonnie Hunter didn't use a border, so I won't. It is ready to be prepared for quilting. I can't believe it is done. There is supposed to be agonizing over borders, right? This wasn't even on the list for this month.

I found this buried in a scrap box. I think I will add it to my already long list for maybe someday. I obviously bought it at goodwill. But, it doesn't take up much room, so rather than get rid of it, I will add it to a project box. That way I can be surprised by it again someday. Cleaning out is difficult for me. I still believe I am going to do everything.

I have the top row and a side row on the hourglass leader/ ender in turquoise. Making the corner is a little puzzle. I can sew 2 colors and a neutral willy nilly but when I reach the corner, I have to think a little differently.

I am making room for coral bells

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  1. Great quilt! I like them without borders!

  2. Especially loving the stars quilt... found you via Quilting is More Fun than Housework xxxx

  3. your wonky wishes is beautiful

  4. Oh, what a scrapalicious wonky wishes! I could just stare at all those fabrics for hours.

  5. Thanks for sharing with TGIFF! I rarely use borders any more - makes the process so much faster :)

  6. Both projects are looking great. Love those wonky stars!