I am sooo excited to be able to share progress this Sunday!!!!
This is one of Kaylie’s dresses that we cut the back off of and appliqued to the fabric… I have been so busy with other things… and had a block on how to best quilt the skirt part of this dress… to keep it flowy yet secured well to the quilt for long use… the ruffle on the bottom is being left loose so Kimber can enjoy playing with it when she wants to 🙂
is about 1/3 done with the quilting now 🙂 Yippee for that!!! There are many quilty things on the horizon and next year is even filling up with things to do… I must balance life and activity with desires and such… to keep me going.
I did design some business cards and ordered them..
the drawer in the front opens out from the top… I love that sooo much too!
Currently it has nothing in it.. but as soon as the room is clean and usable again it will soon find lots of quilty accouterments to fill it! lol
Above is a bit of a blurred pic of my Gloria (301A) in her new forever home…. and below is Gloria when I did a photo shoot with her a while back…
And my fave part is that I now have access to use her again… her and that seam guide she came with make an awesome team to help me piece accurately and quickly too!
Life continues to be fast forward… but I am hoping today and tomorrow to have more quilty time… I am linking this moderately quilty post to my fave linky party with Kathy’s Quilts on Sundays HERE!
I hope you make time to be labor free this weekend…
And until life slows down for me to share more…
That quilt is beyond adorable : ) And I like your cabinet score! So fun to see that and the other vintage treasures.Have a great weekend!
Adorable quilt! What a fun idea. I remember the little pull along doggy. My grandmother kept one for us grand kids to pay with when we were little.
Hope that you will be able to carve out a little quilting time in all the busy-ness that life is throwing your way right now. How awesome that Gloria has a new home!
if you lived near by I would have you work on my featherweight and get it running again but something like that I don't like to think of shipping so far. Good luck in your business venture. I remember little dogs like that and we and our children played with them, I guess it must be about 30 years or so now that children have not wanted to play with those type of toys – parents must have decided that only electronic toys were good for children!your quilt is coming along nicely!
Beautiful cabinet! They don't make them like they used to, for sure. How sweet of your husband to get it for you. Glad to see your finding time to stitch again.
Such a cute quilt! I remember that little dog pull toy! Seems like yesterday…
Great progress on the quilt. Very pretty little cabinet.
You have had a good week! I remember the little dog toy from my past… I love him!
What a beautiful 3D memory quilt… great idea!I have never heard of a drive through pharmacy before… that is quite a concept!