Saturday, October 27, 2012

Back at Last

Back home from the holiday in the sun and the visitors have moved out.The house is quiet and almost has an empty feeling, with 3 adults and a 18month old gone I'm not surprised. There's  been a little bit of sewing  done and mainly on the Mosaic quilt. As you can see the flowers around the centre are progressing slowly.




and a few more blocks for the Sundial BOM but I'm way behind and have several to catch up on.

 
 
Next, the leaves are still progressing and this is now the 7th vine.

 
Last Tuesday several of us attended a 'Quilt' day at Linda's. Talking, lunching, looking at antique quilts and some show and tell. Randi, was over here for the Quilts in the Barn and staying with Linda and this was a get together before she flew home. Several of us are all members of a Yahoo quilting group. Here are Linda,Bev Randi,Jill and I at the start of the day before the fun began.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

11 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Your applique is amazing, it is such a beautiful quilt.

Debbie

Corina said...

Lovely applique!

audrey said...

Your mosaic quilt is so beautiful! Your work is amazing.:)

Sue said...

Lovely quilts and some lovely company you spent time with.

Kathie said...

OH Dorothy I love that mosaic quilt center, I have to go back in your posts and figure out what pattern that is. WOW!!!!
your 7th vine is just beautiful...this quilt is going to be such an heirloom quilt when your done.
what fun a sewing day at linda's a dream for me
some day!
Kathie

Shirley said...

All three quilts are going to be stunners. I do admire your colour choices.

Heather said...

Oh, I love all three projects. Makes me want to get back to some of my "serious" projects!

Frances Leate said...

Fabulous work and they are all going to be stunning quilts. Take care.

Donna~~ said...

Wow Dorothy, I can't believe how much you accomplish--nothing slow about your projects, and all pretty! Love your Mosaics!

Maureen said...

Lovely projects all! Fun to see your progress.

Nancy in MT said...

Your stitching is beautiful, great pic of you and the ladies.