This Week=Too many irons in the fire

One of the things on this weeks to-do list is this cute little Economy block for the SewCanShe Classic Blocks-Fresh Fabrics group HERE. I love this fabric and thought it might be fun.  See the scrap of the owl...well both ends of my fabric cut has half cut blocks. Why? Not useful but I still might use them somehow because they are too cute to throw away.

Next up...
A whole bunch of strips were made for this Robert Kaufman Kite Flight pattern. I don't really like how it is put together but I have started so must continue.

And a recap with our winning quilts from the LateNight quilters SuperNova Friendship Block Swap. Jennifer Under the Juniper tree and I got together with our two quilts and too some fun photos.

Yep, there we are ...just two sewing sisters. So happy to have met Jen and that we live close enough to hang out! Whoop Whoop!!

So many things to work on and so little time. It is National Quilting day at the International Quilt Study Center and Museum on Saturday. Lots of fun things to do, see and hear. I will be off soon to see where I can help for setting up for tomorrow. If you ever are near Lincoln Ne. you should stop in an see the Museum. 

Linking up with over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict with Sarah


I love the photographs of you two together with your winning supernova quilts. Congratulations! :)
Fantastic SuperNovas! I'm thinking that is a must-make pattern! I also have the Kite kit but haven't made it up yet. Hopefully you like it better after the blocks are sewn together!
Jasmine said…
I love the pictures of the two of you with your quilts. You look great together. It's wonderful to have a sewing sister. Maybe once you get the top all together you will like it better. Or even once it is quilted. Hang in there.
Debbie said…
Beautiful quilts!!
Ella and Nesta said…
Congratulations! Love your photos, so fun. The economy block is beautiful too!
Jen said…
Oooo can't wait to see the kite quilt!

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