Sunday, April 26, 2020

Monday Making

It's been a FULL week.
I was able to finish a wedding quilt top for son and soon to be daughter-in-law.
:)
Staying at home seems to be energizing me to do more.
Nann....do you recognize the corner stars??
It was SO FUN to use my blogland friend's orphan blocks!

There was quite a bit going on in my husband's garden.

We really enjoyed the strawberry harvest.
Small but mighty.


I was able to PERK up the cloth napkins with Scrappy RINGS.

We had a visitor.

And....
I did a little SITTING
and QUILTING!



What are YOU making?
I hope you are all staying safe during this time of quarantine.




13 comments:

  1. That quilt is looking great. And, Nann's blocks adds to the interest. Lucky you to have Monarch butterflies visiting. I've never seen one here -- that I remember... Nice to have a garden producing already. Everything here seems to be lush and growing like crazy. We've had rain off and on all month. Yards are being mowed all around us.

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  2. Wow! That is a beautiful quilt!
    Isn't it nice to have more time to quilt? I don't know what I would do without it.....sitting depressie on the couch by now I guess....lol

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  3. Belle semaine bien occupée.

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  4. Congrats on a beautiful finish. That wide blue border really ties all the blocks together.

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  5. Lovely finish on this one...the colors just sing out..so pretty nice work
    ~ ~ ~ waving from afar Julierose

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  6. Congratulations on the upcoming nuptials of your son. I am sure they will love their quilt. It is gorgeous and provides a perfect refuge for the orphan blocks.

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  7. What a thoughtful gift they will treasure and a great scrapbuster!

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  8. That is a lovely quilt!! and congrats on getting a new daughter!!

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  9. Oh, I like how that scrappy block looks in a quilt. It reminds me of barn doors.

    Your growing season must be way ahead of ours. We usually don't get strawberries until the end of May. I have been picking asparagus and rhubarb, though!

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  10. I love your quilt! The two solid borders set off the final border so nicely.

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  11. That quilt is absolutely fabulous! What a nice gift it will make. The strawberries have been so good this year. Those are making my mouth water.

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  12. That quilt is fantastic looking! Really, really like that strong blue border. Helps set off the blocks very well! And those strawberries look so good. My sister makes a whipped cream/yogurt topping that is scrumptious to eat on sliced berries. Must have some soon.:)

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