Not bad for a rainy day!

I love to have lots of projects on the go.  It keeps things interesting.  I am in the process of putting the finishing touches on my Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt.  So…here are all the flowers stitched together.  And I have started to fill in the side sections.  I must admit it is a little awkward stitching with a cat lying on my lap, but somehow I manage!

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Next, I started filling in the top and bottom sections.  Just one more row to add on the left side and I will be finally ready to start hand-quilting.  I have been without a hand-quilting project for some time and I am can’t wait to start!

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It rained all day Monday, so I decided that would be a good day to spend on the third border Friends of Baltimore.  First, I added the stems and leaves, and then added the flowers…DSCN6026

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I just kept adding more stems and leaves and flowers…

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Not bad for a rainy day!

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Til next time…

Kerry

 

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3 thoughts on “Not bad for a rainy day!

  1. I love your GFG quilt! How large is it?
    I thought you would be unveiling your September block on this post. I’m enjoying seeing he we blocks each month.
    Hope all is well for you, and that you’re enjoying your last bit of summer.

  2. Sleepy kitties are quite the paper weight…Weasley walks through my work area and half of my tiny pieces are stuck to him as he walks away… Your FOB is so beautiful…I ordered that pattern last week…I must be crazy, but I think I will give in at some point and start it. It is such a fantastic quilt! Your vase and flowers are incredible!

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