Too many things keeping me out of my quilting studio. I'm getting very cranky. Somebody better change somethin' around here or things are apt to get nasty.
It's only the beginning of November, and it'll be okay if I don't have my new holiday shower curtain quilted and ready to be hung until December 1st. But, ooooh, my fingers are itchy to get that one done.
I'm waiting to get the baby quilt for my daughter backed and sandwiched. It won't take long to quilt it, and I'm anxious to see how it looks . . . 'tis so true that quilting makes the quilt.
'Bout all I can do right now is keep plugging away at other things that have to take priority before I can get at the sewing machine . . . and look at and dream of projects planned.
I've never made a two-color quilt and have a real fondness for the traditional Flying Geese pattern, so when my favorite quilt shop had a going-out-of-business sale a month or so ago, I got the fabric for this pattern I've had filed away for "someday."
The beige/ecru is the background, the solid red for the Flying Geese and, woo-ee, I couldn't pass up this great polka dot for the backing. It's 75" x 91" so I'll probably make a couple of blocks here and there while working on other projects in between. (Like Christmas things!)