I do hope you have all had a wonderful July 4th celebration!
I really had every intention of writing a post for July 4th. But....... other things came in the way.
You know, it's not like I have no quitly projects to tell you about.... I really cannot figure out why I don't seem to write post as often as I used too. Sigh!
Well, for one thing, I keep forgetting to take a picture of the quilt tops I've completed. However, for this one, I especially made a trip back to the shop to take a picture. I just thought it was such a cute festive quilt.
This is a pattern by Briarwood Cottage and is part of their monthly Pocket pattern series. They have the cutest little patterns to make!
I'm sure you can guess which month this is! ;o)
This one was done in less than a day! I think it took me longer to machine quilt it then to piece it! I ended up machine quilting in the ditch!
I did finish Coney Island by Fig Tree, but I'll keep that for another post! ;o )
Thanks for stopping by!
Monday, July 6, 2009
Happy belated 4th of July.....!
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Good to see a post from your way. I know how life can get in the way of blogging, but glad to hear your still working away on quilts.
That is a cute pattern for July, but guess it could also be for Memorial Day, Flag Day and on and on.
That is a really cute pattern!
how are you doing????
How is the shop doing??? I was thinking about you the other day and wondering if she is having fun and making lots of shop samples now?
You are just one busy shopowner arent you?? I love the little quilt you showed. Are you doing a quilt of the month?? Do you have a website I could promote for you?? HELLOOOO
I know, we are all so very busy...but thank you for sharing your wonderful patriotic quilt...I love it!
The quilt is cute! I am not surprised you don´t post as often as you did, you are BUSY, you have a shop to tend to.
Nice quilt - its so fun to have special quilts for special occasions.
I like your little flag quilt very much!
Very cute flag quilt. Personally can't wait to see your Coney Island quilt.... i wonder why?
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