Three. Or four if you include setting up my antiques stall at a local shop. Click here to read the post on this one, and look on the right sidebar to see my "totaliser". All profits from my little venture are going into a fabric fund :)
Other than that, I finished a couple of cushions for the shop (as seen here) and finally got round to completing the second rainbow baby quilt. This one is larger than the first one, and despite a few fall-outs with the half-square triangles, I really quite like it.
I listened to mum-in-law Sue and went with a linen border (thanks Sue!), backed it with a similar linen with a polka dot (which I love but which was NOT cheap!) and bound it in a grey Michael Miller polka dot
Work in progress:
- Sliced Coins quilt. Still no progress.
- Supernova quilt-along. I'm under pressure here! Brother's baby due 13th June, but last I heard baby was imminent. Last night I attached the pieced borders to the top, as seen below but I've still got to do the same for the backing, baste it, quilt it and bind it..eeek!
- Dress a girl around the world - no progress but is my next priority after the Supernova
Projects taken on but not yet started (this list is on the up again!):
- Bee blocks for the lovely Elisa (Bee Europa) and lovely Fiona (Brit Bee). They need to look like these two examples and as there are no triangles I'm quite looking forward to doing these!
|Bee Europa - Picture courtesy of ComfortStitching|