... where I ramble on about my love of quilting with my work in progress, share some of my day's doings, and offer some sewing tips along the way... You can find my completed projects on my web page at www.kwiltnkats.com. Comments make me smile =^.^=...
I do have one finish for this week. Krayons was started at Road to California Quilt Show in January of this year. I'm so pleased to have it done before the show takes place in 2013! The pattern can be found in Karen Eckmeier's Layered Waves book. It is called Scrappy Layered Log Cabin.
Road to California Mystery
I got around to cutting out one of the two projects that I'll need for the next show. The show is to be held the last part of January. This year I'm excited that my Mom will join Kerry and I. Southwest had a great deal recently on flights. I've been wanting my Mom to attend and it worked out perfectly. Anxious to see what the mystery "Expect the Unexpected" will become.
The second project that I'm close to finishing is Karen's Knines. This one is Sister's Nine Patch by Bonnie Hunter. There's more than one way to cover up the "industrial look" of the foam board before I can get the black batting. Besides the setting triangles on the right top portion this is the size of the quilt. The bottom portion has three more rows yet and the quilt will be square. The design wall ends around the light switch! I'll be sewing the rest of the day putting the blocks and rows together.
For now I'll report yardage for Krayons. Next week I'll report Karen's Nines.