I believe at any given time the road to a finished quilt is filled with good intentions.... This is the quilt that's on my bed now:
It's an Endless Chain quilt that I made [completed] in 2002, the pattern came from an Australian Patchwork & Quilting magazine. I wasn't in any particular hurry to get it pieced, I believe it might have taken 12-18 months to finish, but I like the results. It was paper foundation pieced, a very scrap-happy quilt!
This is the quilt that I wanted to have on my bed now:
Do you see the problem?? I received some of these blocks in a group exchange when I was a member of About.com, some are the result of a Fons & Porter workshop series my guild had a few years ago. Every December I tell myself that by next December I'll have a Christmas quilt on my bed.... Good intentions.
Yesterday was sunny, but windy and c-o-l-d! The temperature was in the 30's and they say there were snow flurries off and on, but I didn't see any - I was busy working. When I work at home sometimes I get busy and don't get up often enough and move around, so by the end of the day I'm ty-yerd.
Before I say goodbye I want to publicly thank Yetunde (Sistah Stitch A Lot), Wanda (Exuberant Color), and Nancy (Patchwork Penguin) for helping me get my blog up and rolling - thanks for being there, ladies!! I couldn't have done it without you.
Sew forth and sew on until later...