Well I have been out playing in the rain (and not in a good way). We have never had a baseball season like this one before. After 5 days solid of downpours and rain outs, I was in no mood to quilt. I was in a funk and having a pity party for myself. The grand finale was when my studio came within inches of flooding. I am so thankful for my children that evacuated my studio quickly. It took me most of the week to get things organized again, but I looked at is as another opportunity to purge.
Today- I am just admiring the sun. It seems like months since I have seen it shining so brightly.
My good friend Eleanor finished several bindings for me this month. I thought I would post some updated photos of my recent finishes. I posted these without bindings, but they always look so much better once the binding is added.
Do you have any suggestions on the best way to determine a price or how to sell quilts?
Scrapbasket Sensations by Kim Brackett. I just love that book. This is the perfect book for jelly flops and leftover 2 1/2" scraps. It is for my daughter's friend for her birthday next month
I was able to use up a lot of scraps to finish this large twister quilt.
Several people in my quilt group have been making baby quilts using such bright and cheerful colors. I thought it would be fun to make up some more jelly flops in bright colors. I think pulling these colors from the shelf was just what I needed to get me out of my pity party. I will have these for sale at our next meeting along with some low volume bundles.
I am spending the evening at the ball park again tonight, but there is no rain in the forecast. Baseball is definitely more fun without rain.