I’ve been doing Lee’s Work In Progress Wednesdays for a long time now, and I love participating and reading her blog. Head back there to see more of what others are working on.
And Leanne’s Finish-A-Long has certainly focused what I’m working on. I’ll get back to posting up Road to California pictures next post, but here’s what I’m working on today.
I’ve finally figured out the outer pieces of my EPP quilt. And the border after this, too. Now just to sit and watch something interesting on television, so I can finish it up. What to watch now that Downton Abbey’s all finished, and the Oscar broadcast is over? I do have some interesting Netflix coming. By the way, if you like quirky movies, I can recommend Moonrise Kingdom.
And I finished appliqueing all the pieces on my Lollypop Tree Border Blocks. Now I have to cut away the backs of those that have freezer paper in them, pull out the paper, then press them. When that happens, it means that all the components of the Lollypop Tree quilt will be ready to be put together. I first saw Kim McLean’s pattern on the blog for Material Obsession–a blog you should defininitely have in your Reader.
A few of my favorites. Happy Quilting!
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Your lollipop trees are fab. I love how you used the Kaffe Fassett fabric. Really nice work.
I like your lollipop trees, too. They remind me of brightly coloured cacti. For something to watch while doing your hand work, I suggest you tune in to Duck Dynasty. The beards are back tonight! Thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment on my spring quilt post! But I am not sure how 75 converts to Canadian temps! I’ll have to google that.. LOL!
You have really been busy lately! So when can I come down for a nonstop sewing weekend???
I loved “Moonrise Kingdom’ – such fun and so quirky! I’m looking forward to seeing your EPP project finished! Mine is just about ready to be posted!
Those are going to be such beautiful quilts, you are doing so well on them.