Monday, June 3, 2019

June 3rd

The month is progressing as is my quilting projects.

Here are some pictures of some of the latest.

My first "Lucy Boston" English Paper Piecing block.
Here it is basted. In real life, it is half sewn together.
"Falling Charms" is ready for the long arm quilter - maybe that will be me!
Did I show you this one?
It is a square in a square sampler of "Grunge" fabrics.
I love this line in all of its wonderful colors!
"Maze" came out of storage for one of the recent photo sessions.
I don't remember if I showed it for that blog posting. 
If I did, well, here it is again since I like it so much.

"Rainstick" is another fun favorite.
Again, sorry if I recently posted it - but, since I do love it, you get to see it again!
Well that is all for now.
I will have to find some of the other new quilts to show you in my next post!
on the island, looking through stuff!

Happy June!

Having returned from Missouri a week ago, I am almost back to reality.
I woke up this morning to June!

But before it gets too far into the new month as too far away from my trip, let me share a few pictures of my time in Hamiton Missouri at the Missouri Star Quilt Company.

The quilts below were found decorating the walls at the new Education Center and Theater at MSQC.

These are all published patterns from the MSQC so I believe I can show pictures of them.
As I remember the specific names of the quilts I will note that info under the quilt.

It was a great week in Hamilton Missouri.

I hope that some day I will be able to return there.

In the meantime, back to reality!
I hope your day and this new month go well.

Happy June!

Louise, on the island, contemplating the new month, in the fog!