Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year.  I'm going to leave this oversized header picture here for a  few days even though there's not much quilting on it and it's not very good. 

The past year was a gone one for quilting-wise but it's ending with sewing machine problems and many, many non-quilting jobs that are taking a lot of time.  If I started to make a list of the quilts in my mind that I'd like to make it would fill more space than the photo.  First on the agenda is this month's Block of the Month for  the Bayberry guild. Happily that meeting is three weeks away.

For a delightful photo, go to the Selvage Quilt blog in the sidebar to the right and look at the fantastic photo of a quilt up in lights in Times Square.  It caught my eye immediately because the face is familiar and the quilt in the background is one that is much like the one I sent to my grandson for Christmas -- much like it because I used the pattern designed by Karen Griska.  If you read this in a few days, scroll down to her January 31 post.


Selvage Quilter said...

Hi June! Thanks for the mention about the funny Times Square photo.
I hope that things settle down so that you can do lots of quilting in the new year.
I like those birds in the header photo. It's time for more broderie perse. There are so many fabrics that are perfect for that.
Happy New Year!

June Calender said...

Thanks, Karen. I love your blog because I see so many things I'd never see otherwise and I love your quilting ideas ... if only I had time to do more qulting... have a wonderful new year.

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