And ZERO to go! Woo hoo!
As of this morning, my third and last WIP is now quilted and bound.
This was a fun sampler to make. It was offered by The Temecula Quilt Company over the 12 days of Christmas and is aptly referred to by the same name.
Here’s the reverse side.
This little quilt was so much fun to make and I’ll be anxiously waiting to see what they have in store for us this Christmas!
Two weeks ago today was my final radiation treatment and I am happy to say that my strength and stamina are getting stronger with each passing day. Today is the first day where I can say that the wounds and burns have just about healed and if I could do a back handspring to celebrate, I would!
But rather than break my neck, this morning I decided to bake a carrot cake to celebrate instead.
Mr. Painted Quilt and I each had a piece with lunch but I think that our resident life-sized, two-legged mouse helped himself to seconds while my back was turned. *wink*
Know how I can tell?
See that crooked cut on the right side? I would never do that! I’d just have to cut myself another piece…just to even it off! *wink*
SO now that my three WIP’s are finished, I can now start on a new project without feeling guilty.
I didn’t want to copy a picture without asking for permission first so if you’d like to see what my next project is going to be…complete with tutorial…just go HERE.
Don’t you just ♥ it?
After hemming and hawing over which fabrics to use…Civil War or 1930’s reproduction…
Frankie and I decided to go with the 1930’s fabrics.
Don’t they just bring a smile to your face? I had forgotten how much I really L-O-V-E them!
I’ll probably start to iron the fabrics after my power nap this afternoon and begin the cutting tonight.
Three finishes in two weeks! There’s no stopping me now!