Thanks Florida Farm Girl! Just frustrating with the area I live in-- one of the worst in the nation due to cost of living, foreclosures, can't afford insurance even though I work 40+ hours a week) etc., so even with part time jobs, you can never get ahead, build up savings, etc... BUT I am thankful for the job. Just been a long week (had Saturday School/back to school yesterday) and a lot of trainings. But my 3rd graders are overall a great class! 3rd grade is a HUGE transition year in academics in California, so we will see how many of them can make it to mastery.
I am excited our major social studies unit of the year is pioneers-- including several sewing/cross stitch units!This message has been edited. Last edited by: Quilter Jen,
Posts: 1087 | Location: California | Registered: Aug 12, 2005
Wow, as usual...excellent projects. Especially love the striped quilts. I just stitched up a feather block for Spirit Cloth, Jude Hill's, newest project. You can make one too. She's trying to gather 1000 blocks! It's 5" square.
Florida Farm Girl, That batik top is stunning! I can't imagine keeping that many fabrics straight and trying to press them in the correct direction. But it sure is worth the time. I'm looking forward to seeing the borders you use. Gorgeous! Evelyn
I have not had much time to post lately, but I ALWAYS try to come and look at this thread weekly. It inspires me SO MUCH! As always....BEAUTIFUL WORK! Fun fabric choices... fun projects! Fun group of quilters!
Love it.. love it.. . .
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I sure wish I had seen your burp pad projects. Where did you find these type of diapers? The diapers I purchased were more like cheese cloth...very disappointed. I was expecting them to be more like your's.
BTW...VERY VERY cute projects! My EyeSpy baby quilt is in squares. I LOVE how your's is in strips. Mine is done in squares. I may make the Grandparents' quilt for kids in our home like your's.