Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Vintage Sheet Quilt - Blues

I didn't mean to be away from my blog for so long, I just haven't had a lot to post about. No pretty pictures to share, and I wouldn't know how to post without something visual to distract from my crazy ramblings. But, I did finally manage to snap out of my lazy funk (for a bit) and pieced a new vintage sheet quilt using only my blue, green and purple inventory. So in honor of the winter blues, a blues quilt.

For the first time ever, I've decided to do something fancy with the back of one of my quilts. I think I'm liking it better than the front. Here's a wrinkly little peek...

Hope to have it quilted soon, but don't hold your breath. My kids are off track for 3 weeks (year round school). Ay Carumba!

*Also been doing more reading. Read Hunger Games & Catching Fire. Couldn't stop thinking about them, so I read a few others to get them off my brain, including one on the Readers Choice table at the library called
Jane Austen Ruined My Life. I wanted to like it, but in the end it was disappointing at best. Such a wimpy heroine - but then again, if I'm comparing characters to Katniss and Peeta, they all will seem like whiners. Next up... The Book Thief. If you have any suggestions, send them my way.


Brenda said...

I LOVE your quilt top! The colors are great!

Stay Warm!

Des said...

so, so beautiful. Oh, it's inspiring me to finally quilt my finished top and maybe start another one!! gorgeous!!

oh books....don't get me started. this gal
has a great blog that I depend on quite regularly. I'm also very tempted by the Jane austen wannabe's that she has on there.

Thoroughly enjoyed Hunger Games saga and waiting for august for the next one!

Heather Ingalls said...

The quilt is so awesome! You are so talented. Glad you are taking time to read. What fun hobbies.

Amanda said...

Love the quilt! Are you machine quilting it yourself? Can't wait to see it finished!

Loved the Hunger Games series. The third book comes out in August! I always have book recommendations--you know me--always reading.
"Soulless" by Gail Carriger
"The Maze Runner" by James Dashner
"A Certain Slant of Light" by Laura Whitcomb
"Water for Elephants" by Sara Gruen
"Graceling" and "Fire" By Kristin Cashore
"Poison Study","Magic Study" and "Fire Study" by Maria Snyder
I could go on and on....

Evelyn said...

Hi there! I came to visit your blog after seeing a comment you left on Des's latest post. Just wanted to say I LOVE this quilt! I'm going to put you in my reader, just so I can be sure to see how it turns out! :-)

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