I have decided that I need to update a few items that I haven't blogged about yet.
These two little Sunbonnet Sues are from my first twin sized bed right after getting out of my crib. Of course this quilt totally fell into shreds but I could not let it go all of these years because my grandmother made it for me. I finally just this year salvaged these two little girls to make a wall hanging. I am looking at them as I post this blog. I loved my grandmother so much!
This is the toilet topper I made for my half bath last winter. I painted this bathroom a bright and sunny yellow which you cannot see in this picture.
I was reading the first talk given in the Women's conference in October and the title was "I will bring the light of the gospel into my home" I got real excited when I realized I still had this embroidery from when I was in Primary. It is my first embroidery! I didn't finish it because I had run out of the orange thread. I debated about completing the house and my initials but then thought better of it and I have left it just as it is. I quilted it, framed it and hang it in the yellow bathroom. I love it!
I have decided to make the mystery quilt from Bonnie Hunter at Quiltville. She does a mystery every November-December but I don't do them every year. Her quilts are very intense and require allot of time so I can't bring myself to do them every year. The 1st clue came out the day after Thanksgiving and I have completed them all plus an extra 100. The second clue came out today and I will be buying the one and only piece of fabric for this quilt. It is magenta and I need 1 1/2 yards then I will start working on this clue.
This is going to be a charity baby quilt. I am using some of the extra 4-patches from the mystery quilt and some 4-patches that I have had made up for a couple of years. I think it will be very scrappy and very cute.
This is what I have on the HQ. I have not started the quilting yet but I will get started probably next week. It is number 19 of the Big Project of 21.
Well, I will Keep on Scrappin!