Quilting Progress

I was able to make a bit of progress on some projects I needed to finish. I found the time here and there between cleaning up from the remodeling and the painting of two rooms.

I got the Gridster Bee Blocks for February completed and off the the Queen Bee this month. They were fun to make from the pattern she designed and now has for sale. You can read about it on her post HERE.

Before leaving for Florida, I got my April 2018 Gridster Bee Block quilt back from the quilter. I just this week had time to trim the batting and backing to get ready to sew on the binding. I think it will brighten up the guest room nicely. I call it Schoolhouse Friendship.
And today I got out the fabric I will be sending to the Gridster Bee Mates for my April block. I do want to presss the fabric with Terial Magic to help them with the sewing. I will keep the fabric a secret until April's reveal. (Sorry.)

Have a lovely day and I hope you find a creative inspiration in something you see today. 


Needled Mom said...

The houses are all so cute - both Elizabeth's and your bee quilt.

Janine @ Rainbow Hare said...

Your gridster bee block quilt is wonderful. I'm very envious of you living somewhere that you can send things to be quilted. I hope your remodelling is all going well :)

OPQuilt said...

Looks like you changed your mind on the Gridster quilt block, but I'm happy to sew a patriotic star for you instead. (I've already started.)

Fun to see my houses up there, and even more fun to see your Schoohouse Friendship quilt all finished! It's really a terrific design--maybe I'll borrow the idea for one of my quilts!