Barbara, I'm not mad at you anymore. I still like you and thank you for keeping quilt history alive.
There, I feel much better now and I finished the Richmond block and the Cotton Boll with few problems.
After finishing the blocks, I decided to pull out some felted wool for a pillow I am making for our guild's Spring Tea.
Three hours later, I had gone through several bins of UFOs , reorganized things, found five tops that are ready for quilting and found this....
Not the bed, the quilt top~
I had bought this top without the borders a million years ago at a yard sale. I have been inspired by Debra , her new machine and all the practicing she is doing and thought this would be a good practice piece for me. I haven't given my Sunny a good workout in a long time. So I have added the borders, pulled some ancient fabric and pieced the back and this will be loaded for quilting in the near future.
Oh, and I did pull the felted wool for the pillow. See it sitting on the top of this enormous, yet not completed, pile of stuff!
Lastly, I just received this in the mail. Paula, The Quilter spoke about having your blog entries made into a book some time ago. With my Five Year Blogiversary coming up in May, I decided to do the same. So this is Year One of Quilt til you Wilt in print. It's cool to see your posts in print with pictures. I can't believe it's almost five years!