This is the third installment of the Border Quilt Quilt Along hosted by Jen Shaffer of Patterns by Jen.
I’m a little behind on my star border because last week I was out of town at the American Quilt Study Group Seminar in Bethesda, and the week prior to that we had family in town and my oldest step daughter got married! It was a beautiful wedding. I’m so proud of how she pulled it all together–she even made her own centerpieces! We really love our new son-in-law, and are excited to watch them grow together.
Now for the Border Quilt update!
I have two stars constructed, and all the bits ready to go for the rest of them.
I have a ton of work to do for Quilt Market, on The Liberty Quilt, and on the inscription quilt for the Just Wanna Quilt booth at Quilt Festival, so I may stay behind a little on my Border Quilt. I’ll do what I can to keep up, even if only by a hair.
Remember to check out the other ladies making The Border Quilt!
Nancy – Masterpiece Quilting
Vicki – My Creative Corner3
Becca – Pretty Piney
Kate – Seams Like A Dream
Terri – Lizard Creek Quilting
Joanne – Quilts By Joanne
Marija – Mara Quilt Designs
Alison – Little Bunny Quilts
Stephanie – Quilt’n’ Party
Daphne – Daphne Greig
In other news…
- You can still join the sew along for my for my Churned Up pattern happening over at the Facebook group Quilting on a Budget. Members of that group have access to a 40% off coupon code for the pattern. You’ll find it pinned in the announcements in the group.
- The American Quilt Study Group Seminar was pivotal for me, and I look forward to writing about it soon!
- I’ve had to put the pattern for Prescott Road on a back seat for now. I’m looking to potentially release it in December.
- Find me at the Just Wanna Quilt booth (#254 in Hall C) at Quilt Festival Houston on November 8th, 9th, and 10th!
- I’m speaking at the 7:00 pm Cherokee Rose Quilters Guild meeting at Sutton Hall in Douglasville, Georgia on Thursday, November 15th. I’d love to see you there! The theme of my trunk show and talk is Quilting with the Fire of My Foremothers. Doors open at 6:30.