I have finished a customer quilt. She gave it to me before Christmas, and then she became ill and said she wouldn't be quilting for awhile, and I procrastinated finishing it. She is ready now, and has a beautiful reproduction Christmas quilt to bind for winter. That is always a favorite way to spend a winter evening especially if you add hot chocolate.
I ordered acid dyes from cushing during the holidays and as part of their Christmas gifting, they sent this adorable rug pattern with my order. What a wonderful surprise.
Fabric Used this Week 2 yard
Fabric Used year to Date: 2 yards
Fabric Added this Week: 9 yards
Fabric Added Year to Date: 9 yards
Net Fabric for 2018: 7 yards more came in than went out.
I missed one day of 15 minutes of stitching this week
so 13 out of 14 days - 93% for the year
I am linking to:
Slow Sunday Stitching
15 min to stitch at life in pieces
Neutrals are always a good purchase. The customer quilt is beautiful.ReplyDelete
That is a nice quilt. I always like to get the neutrals when I can.ReplyDelete
That Christmas quilt is gorgeous! Some days it's just hard to find that 15 minutes, still 93% is an A so you are still doing really well.ReplyDelete
Nice Christmas quilt! You are doing good with your daily stitching. As a professional quilter, do you ever have to make yourself go into the sewing room?ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilt and quilting! I used to love binding as well - until my hands rebelled....Sigh....ReplyDelete
I still crochet and hand stitch little projects. Nice purchase of those neutrals! Take good care.
What a lucky find on the neutral strips. The customer quilt is beautiful and you did a nice quilting job too.ReplyDelete