If only I had nothing else to do . . .


Posted on May 12th, by Amy in work in progress. 4 comments

I would sew all day long. =) I have been busy with my family and Ella’s Birthday (tomorrow) but I did manage to decide what to do with that set of fat quarters I bought on Friday. I have 12 coordinating prints that I am adding lots of white to, in order to make a twin size quilt for Emmalie. Amandajean has posted a few pictures of a quilt from Happy Hour – I didn’t buy the book but have figured it out – more or less. I like math, so it just takes a little time and a calculator, if possible. =)
I have been cutting and here is the two blocks I made yesterday – in just a few minutes. Hopefully I will have a quilt in the next week! Emmalie is very excited.
More on this later -
Amy






4 thoughts on “If only I had nothing else to do . . .

  1. 1
    Tipper says:

    Well it looks great so far!

  2. 2
    Kari says:

    Hi Amy, thanks for posting on my blog. I just noticed it today. I totally hear you with sewing all day. :) I have so many projects I want to finish up and others just stewing in my mind. Good luck with your Happy Hour quilt. It looks great so far!!

  3. 3
    Kathy says:

    Hi, I just wandered into your blog while browsing and you are one talented lady! I’m going to check out your etsy now…

  4. 4
    Kathy says:

    I just added two of your bracelets to my faves. I’m loving the southwestern one!!

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