Wednesday, February 17, 2016

This and that

Today the Union Jack quilt has had its binding machine sewn on...tomorrow is hand sewing day!!
that is a messy looking photo isn't it! ! Should have made the quilt straighter!!!
Today I have also sandwiched the Kaffe Fasset quilt from the challenge last year, I am entering it is the Seachange Quilters show, so need to get it finished...nothing like a deadline to get me motivated!!
and after much fiddling about it is done!! 
Now I am off to the couch to do a bit of knitting 
and watch some episodes of Longmire

I am full of a cold today so resting is best!!
Happy sewing. 




14 comments:

shez said...

Hi Sue,boy you sure have been busy ,both these quilts will look fantastic,love the one you are putting in the exhibition ,great knitting too my friend ,oh no you have a cold,take care my friend ,I am so looking forward to seeing you tomorrow Sue.xx

Jo said...

Hope you're not too sick to come out and play tomorrow. Great finishes

Michelle Ridgway said...

Beautiful both of them. Good luck in the show. I do hope you feel better soon. Sounds like hubby shared. Rest up xx

Elyte said...

I have faith that you will finish with time to spare! Good luck.

Leeanne said...

Wow no fly's you you mate! You are pumping the quilts out! rest up and get well soon.

KERYN B said...

Love both your quilts you have been busy. Try and rest and get rid of that cold...a day with Longmire will cure you...just love that show.

Susan said...

Two great quilts almost finished. I'm sure you'll make the deadline.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Hope that you are feeling better Susan!

Melody said...

Hope your cold goes away quickly. Great quilts and knitting too

Diane-crewe said...

you have been busy xx Lots of fluids and watching TV sounds good to me xx

Christine M said...

Hope you're feeling better soon Sue.

Ondrea said...

Oh no! You have the cold. Poor thing. I think stitching and DVDs is the perfect remedy. Love that Kaffe Fassett quilt and I can't believe you have finished your son's quilt. There is no stopping some people. Hope you are on the mend.

Cheryl said...

Love both your gorgeous quilts Sue - you are very clever. Do hope you are feeling better

O'faigh said...

Hi Sue, enjoyed seeing your projects, hope you feel better soon. Regards, Ofaigh