This was day four of quilt camp. Still having a good time and accomplishing quite a bit. Sandra took me out to lunch. We ate at the Meeting Place. It has been around for years, but neither one of us had ever eaten there. We had half a chicken salad sandwich, soup and a cookie. It was good and reasonably price. After lunch we made a quick stop at Hobby Lobby for 1/2 yd. of grass fabric that I needed for the sashing on the baby quilt I’m making for Dora to give to Aiden, Kristy’s baby. I’ve got the top ready for borders, which I hope I can get on tomorrow, before the crazy border class. The rest of the day will be taken up with that.
Yesterday I finished my purse.
After I show ‘n tell it at the guild meeting Tuesday, I’ll start carrying it. I really like this pattern. This time I only used two fabrics on the outside. Think I like it better with the contrasting pocket, but it looks ok this way too.
Terry was working on a real cute quilt this week.
It still needs borders. She is making it for one of her granddaughters.
The Pincushion class was yesterday.
Busy at work making cupcake pincushions. I hadn’t planned to take the class, but Bev was working on another version of it that looked like the cupcake had frosting on it and I wanted to try my hand at one. The only fabric I had was left over fabric from my purse, so I made a striped cupcake.
I’ll use different fabric next time, probably brown for chocolate or a cream color for vanilla. Sandra suggested making the icing patch smaller. Guess I’ll be making this version of the cupcake pincushion for Christmas presents.