Just to prove that I have actually been doing a bit of sewing, here is a pile of HST's for the next step in the Stars for My Friends mystery. They are now pressed and ready for the next part of the process. I can hardly wait to show pictures of this flannel quilt! It is going to be so cozy and warm!
My friend, Karen, and I went to the Piecemaker's quilt show in St. Mary's on Saturday. There were lots of quilts on display and at least 10 vendors offering many opportunities for us to part company with our money. (We each bought a few fat quarters, and I bought a 24" quilt hanger--that's it!) When I got home, I looked at all the pictures that I had taken of the quilts that I really liked...
Nothing like a Blue and Neutral quilt...
This is a close up of a quilt I might like to try one day...
I wonder if there were any spiders caught in these webs???
This quilt was made from many different homespuns--the colours are a bit washed out in this photo.
WOW! I did not stop to count the number of pieces in this postage stamp quilt with the appliqued border. Here is a closeup:
The log cabin quilt below was in the wall hanging category and it got my vote for viewer's choice in this category!
Here is a close up of the quilting:
My husband and I spent much of our time on the weekend working on the gardens in the backyard. We planted a tree for Earth Day, a little late, but late is better than never. I took a peak at the rhubarb patch while we were outside and saw this: