Thursday, February 12, 2009

Grrr...another busy stressful week, and there is more stress to come, Thing Two is having surgery next week. Please keep him in your thoughts on Tuesday. He is having major dental work done, and he needs to be put under general anhestesia for them to do the things that need doing.

In the meantime, Amy, I do have the information you asked for about the 'banned quilts', but the magazine is at the other house. Will post it on Sunday for you.

In this picture are the fabrics I have chosen for Judy L's Bears in the Farmhouse Quilt Along. My fabric choices might change slightly when I get going on this, but these are my choices at this point.



Last weekend,I managed to get the top together from the Capricorn Quilts Block of the Month. If you have a keen eye, you may have noticed that I used the same exact setting for these blocks as I did for my Solids Challenge Quilt a few weeks ago.


I did two more of the Noah's Ark blocks, now I need to tackle the last few (3 I think)and get that top together.


8 comments:

Sue H said...

Love your fabrics for Bears in the Farmhouse! That's the direction I wanted to go -- a stripe with some lively solids. Didn't have that, however, so mine will be more woodsy.

Bea said...

What a great quilt top from "Quilters Blessings". Wonderful!
Happy stitching
Bea

Catherine said...

Love the fabrics you've chosen for that quilt along. They are all so cheerful!

McIrish Annie said...

the noah's ark blocks are fabulous!

Carol E. said...

I'll pray for Thing Two! Hope the recovery goes smoothly, too.

Suze said...

Your fabric for the Bears in the Farmyard quilt is fantastic.

Love what you did with Bea's (Capricorn Quilts)BOM's from last year.

I only managed to remember to print out a few of them. Silly me.

Your "Noah's Ark" is coming along nicely.

Sabine said...

Hello Tracey,
so beautyful your sticheries from Noahs Ark. They still are on my to-do-list, I think I´ll stitch them in 2014 or 2015...
Greetings from Germany
Sabine

Ingrids strik og patchwork said...

Your quilters blessing quilt in blue are very pretty.
Ingrid
Denmark