It’s all sewn together but I’m not going to reveal the batik/plaid quilt until I get it quilted. Hopefully that will happen tomorrow.
Here are the scraps.
The triangles are the part of the connector square that I trimmed off. I’ve got those sewed together, too.
I’m going to sew the triangle squares and the scraps together in a small improv quilt. The beauty of improv is that there’s no pattern. That could be a problem but I love sewing without a pattern. It’s all a big surprise!
It was only 7 degrees on Saturday morning with a wind chill below zero. Brutal for early November. I’ll take some pictures in the barn to show you what I’ve been so busy with since it got cold overnight – heated buckets, heat lamps, bedding, tarps – and the LB White propane heater. It’s a good thing I love those goats and those chickens!
I will post the book club list tomorrow. Our book club, Novel Idea, meets this Wednesday and I’ve got some good reads to report. I have been making time to sew during the day – have you?
When I wrote the posts about Scott I said that Connie and I loved the flag quilt. I showed the quilt as it was pictured in the magazine which we both think does not represent the quilt well because the photo was taken with the quilt sideways on a large bed.
Here is the quilt as we think it should be photographed. Love it!
Whenever I see one of my pet peeves, I snap a photo. I’m sure you could write the storyline here. And I have more but you get the idea.