First up is my "must do" for today--attach the sleeve and binding to our guild Raffle Quilt:
|Celtic Solstice Fanfare--pattern by Bonnie Hunter, used with her permission|
Then I am eager to get back to the latest Bonnie Hunter Mystery: Grand Illusion Mystery. I was not going to start this until the mystery was revealed but got sucked in by all the great units people were showing on Facebook. I have limited myself to half the units in each clue, in case I decide not to make the full 88" x 88" quilt.
Then there are these Christmas quilts I have to get done: 12 Days of Christmas in Red and White:
Temecula Quilt Co. Every other day from December 1 to December 24 their blog will have the directions for each simple 3" block. Day one has one piece, day two has two pieces, etc. They did this pattern in 2010 and I made two then. Now I am in the middle of three more, using fabrics left over from my Red and White--By the Numbers quilt. Simple yet a sweet Christmas quilt.
At night I am hand quilting my first baby quilt for our grandbaby, due June 2015--at least I'll have the baby quilt done on time:
That should keep me busy this week. I'm linking up to Bonnie's Monday Mystery Link Up and Patchwork Times Design Wall Monday.
Have a great week--Let's Quilt!
Your baby alphabet is darling. And, great idea about the binding. I made my Temecula quilt in red and white when it first came out. I hang it mostly during February.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colours in the Celtic Solstice quilt and love your alphabet quilt.ReplyDelete
Your mystery is coming along well!ReplyDelete
Your raffle quilt is gorgeous! Your GI mystery blocks look great, and that baby alphabet quilt is wonderful.ReplyDelete