Sunday, 7 March 2010

Guild BOM

Well it took longer between post than I expected, but I still wanted to share with you the guild BOM block I finished at the mini retreat. I only made 6 of the blocks and will make this into a small quilt, I just wanted to feel like a part of this project. A couple of the ladies were working on their tops and its amazing to see how different they are.





I can't wait to see them all done, I just love how they are all turning out. I think mine may look a little sad next to the beautiful quilts the others are making.



I have managed to do a bit of sewing over the last two weeks, I pulled out an UFO that has been sitting for a couple of years and started working on the last batch of flower pin wheels. It feels nice to be working on a larger project as I have only worked on small projects for a very long time. OK this is only small pieces, but just knowing that its part of a much larger project.
Hopefully I won't take so long for my next post.
Floss.

7 comments:

julieQ said...

I love samplers, and yours will be beautiful!! I really like the colors you have chosen. It is so much fun to work on projects as a group, it seems.

*karendianne. said...

Floss, I had to laugh when you used the adjective "sad" to describe what you've got going on compared to what others have in the works. I use that as a descriptive, too. It's funny! Pretty little flower pinwheels. I'm doing some small sewing today, too!

Haupi said...

I'm amazed. Did you find it hard to put all the pieces together in the beginning? I love the brown and white star pattern but it seems so hoplessly impossible. I'm your new follower. Maybe I'll learn something around here. Thanks.

Kitchen Sinks said...

Wow..amazing work for quilts. Every pictures is look good.

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Quilter Kathy said...

I really like how you set your sampler blocks with sashing and pinwheels...great idea!

NEEDLEWINGS said...

You have been one busy gal! Enjoyed all of your eye candy.