Yes, I'm back again. First there was the whole Easter thing, then I tore the cartilage in my knee--one of those "shaggy dog" stories, then surgery, recovery, and catch up. Have I done anything much in the mean time? I feel like I've been constantly working on something, just don't feel like much is finished. My work room, however, sure looks like I've been slinging stuff all over:
But I have been doing some small pieces for the doll quilt group we have at work. Everything has been from Civil War Sewing Circle from Kathleen Tracy. This one is Civil War Stars Doll Quilt.
The new Jo Morton Book just came in: Banner Day. I'm working on a little framed back basted applique house piece. Waaaay too small and fussy for back basting, but why not? Might leave all the windows out. I know, that means I'll be replacing the one that's already done. What's new. It's process, not product. Well, yeah, it is product when it's for work, but process is good.
I think I'll teach the process with a larger house that they can then translate.
The other thing that I've been doing is making yo-yo's. Lots of yoyo's. I've made over 250 so far. The pattern is from the June 2011 issue of BH&G American Patchwork & Quilting. It's on the cover. I may have mentioned this in the last post. I should read what I've written or write more often, as I have a very limited memory. Ah well.
I have things all lined up for my next post, so it shouldn't be as long. The NQA show is in town starting this Thursday. Big trouble. :-}. See you after that.