It is time to link up to Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville's final link up for the On Ringo Lake mystery. I've been busy making parts and pieces to make this quilt in its designed size. This picture probably doesn't look like a lot of progress, especially when compared to so many finished quilt tops, or even finished quilts. I put all my neat stacks (who am I kidding? piles) of blocks and parts and pieces into one pile so you could see the progress.
- There are four blocks that are finished with the corners attached. My quilt, it has four corners.
- All of the nine patch blocks are done and they are all attached to two sets of two flying geese.
- The nine patch rows also have one other row sewed on them. (There are a few blocks that have two rows and therefore are completed blocks, but not very many)
- I am working on making the blocks for the other rows to finish that last row. That chaos on top of the stack is today's flying hearts that will soon become flying geese.
- I am also working on making the sashing blocks.
Thank you for visiting. While you are here, feel free to stick around and scroll down or click to see my French Mints Mini Fabric Book, the Adinkra quilt finish with African fabrics, my very first snippet ribbon, and my progress on my very unique circle a day quilt. I've had a lot of fun playing with fabric this winter.
Quiltville Quips and Snips Final On Ringo Lake Link-Up!