The weather has warmed up quickly here in the Treasure Valley and so has my quilting schedule. My little quilt constructed with fabrics from the In the Beginning line called “Circa 1825” has been accepted into the next round for consideration for the American Quilt Study Group 2015 Challenge.
I work on this everyday now. It has to be quilted, bound and photographed for submission before July 15, 2015. I have fallen in love with this little quilt I call “Job’s Tears En Pointe“.
So, of course, the warm weather has also inspired me to complete Steve’s quilt, and I work some on it about every two or three days:
Then there is the “pass the bag” applique project for Applique Society.
And classes to prepare to teach:
Intermediate Hand Quilting, Let’s Make a Hawaiian Quilt, Appliquéing Stems and Circles,
Hand Piecing and English Paper Piecing. Whew!!!!!
Plus, I really am continuing work on Mom’s Iris Quilt
and repairing a top for my good friend, Susan Lemrick!