Friday, February 25, 2011

Wonky Cross Blocks Set

I've got no UFO Report today. Sorry. I thought about working on one of my UFOs, but I'm just not motivated right now to work on "old" projects. I'm having too much fun with new ones.

Yesterday I got my wonky cross blocks that I made at my retreat all pieced together.


Looks pretty good. I have no plan for this quilt. I just wanted to try making wonky cross blocks. I had fun making them but I'm not in a hurry to get it quilted. I want to do a fun back, a la Elizabeth Hartman, but first I need some yardage of the solids (white and aqua) and I'd like a half yard of one of the prints from this line - Origins Basic Gray by Moda.

I packed a zippered bag from a king size sheet set with fabric to take on my retreat. Goldie thought it made a nice bed.


I'm not sure how she stayed up on this precarious perch, but she slept like this for at least an hour!

Yesterday I unpacked the bag and put the fabrics back in their proper places. Goldie still likes the bag!


Maybe I need to make a quilted lining for this bag!

6 comments:

Barbara Anne said...

Love your retreat quilt! Well done!

Have you seen Kitty Cups which are round, soft, and snuggly cat beds? I imagine Goldie would LOVE a quilted flannel lining for her new bed!

I'm one of the blogless UFO busters from Susan's blog.

Cheers!

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Love the wonky crosses and love sweet Goldie too.

Robin said...

You wonky cross quilt top turned out really nice. My granddaughter and I both enjoyed the pictures of Goldie. Isn't it funny how animals and children always find surfaces to lay/play on that we just spread out......?

Mama Pea said...

That kitty is sure cute! I really like how your wonky cross turned out. Good call on the back. That should be perfect. You know, I always think I want to do a fancy back, but then I get in a hurry to just "get 'er done" and slap something together. Good girl for taking your time and figuring it out! :-)

Barb said...

Love your wonky blocks and yep, looks like that bag needs a lining..

Lisa said...

Hi Lynn!
I'm one of Susan's "Little Green Quilters" and just wanted to personally thank you for visiting my blog recently.
Your work is amazing and I like your creativity....and your sweet Goldie! What a nice sewing companion!