It's rarely that I get to spend Wednesday at home because it is usually my day to work at Threads That Bind. It feels a bit strange, to tell you the truth! It's been a busy week, I've got several quilts prepped for quilting, so it should be a fun few days before we leave to go help with the grandkids. I need to get off my lazy rear and go take some pictures with my real camera as the iphone pictures leave a lot to be desired.
I do have pictures of a finished project for you, though. In the better late than never category! This quilt is made using the blocks I designed for a short block of the month program for my local quilt shop. I made one block for display and a second block for the finished table runner. When I wrote the pattern I intended to make the sample blocks into a table topper or wallhanging, but they have been sitting in one of the piles I keep shuffling around my sewing room for over a year now. On the Fourth of July they kept taunting me to finish them - after all, it is a red, white, and blue project! So I did!
available in my Etsy shop, and if you would like to make one of your own you can buy the pattern in my Craftsy Pattern shop. It is an enjoyable quilt to make, I love working with triangles and getting the points to come out just right!
Don't forget to keep up with the My Favorite Things block hop - today was MaryEllen's day and her post is here, she is also offering a little giveaway, so be sure to leave a comment!