Lots of updates.
I have the do.good.stitches Heal circle quilt done. It will be mailed out to be delivered to hospice by Friday. There are some amazing ladies who contributed to this quilt.
It's a really happy looking quilt. I hope it brings some peace to a family.
I made a green skirt. It still needs to be hemmed. Is it wrong that the reason I made it was so I had something to decorate for this two week installment of the Handstitched class?
It's not the best made piece, but I learned a lot, and I will be making more in the future! Plus, I'll wear it to school anyway.
I'm still sewing hexy flowers. Almost halfway there.
The Fiance's quilt is HUGE. Twin sized. I will be practicing my FMQ on it (with his permission since he knows it won't be perfection). I have to baste it. I have to figure where I can get enough floor space to do it.
(Edit: The damn cat ate?/shredded the batting I bought for the fiance's quilt. I'll have to get more tomorrow. ARgh. Cross your fingers that she doesn't get sick.)
I ironed on a TON of petals (and had 34 left over extra...um, apparently I can't count for crap) on the Soda Pop quilt. I'm waiting on the backing fabric. I had to reapply many of the petals after they started peeling off after my first 2 hours round of ironing. I have no idea why. I've never used Pellon Wonder Under before. I ended up having to double the time and up the heat of the iron to its hottest setting. I will be doing orange peel quilting on this because I'm semi terrified the petals will unstick again. I love love love this quilt.
I quilted the Stained quilt. Not my best work, but it has a home on the couch now. And I love that I can use it instead of it languishing folded in a chair.
Oh, the camera ate the pics of the tree quilt. I'll try to redo those later.