Check out my profile page! It is DONE.....piecing that is. Bought the black batting and backing fabric. Will sandwich and quilt after Christmas. I really loved the ribbons in the November block and decided to make that be my border. Can't wait for the 2009 BOM. Have several color choices to choose from........decisions, decisions.
Nancy, Marge and Maggie....Wonderful blocks girls, as usual!!! It has been a joy seeing all of these quilts coming together over this last year. I better get off the computer and get my Dec. BOM done!
Longview, Washington USA
"If you are very patient...you will get into trouble slower."
Beautiful block, Maggie! And I agree with you about getting burned out for an applique border! I'm working on the one for my GRAM SAYS quilt now, and wish it were finished so I think I'm going to put the bouquets aside until I'm in the mood for needleturn again!
It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter
That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived !
Marge and Nancy, great blocks! So different, but still wonderful!
I have my finished block posted on Show & Tell! I have all my blocks now cut down to 16 1/2" (my new favorite tool for today is my Omnigrid 20 1/2" square ruler). Will start cutting the sashing tonight. I have lost my enthusiasm for doing applique on the borders, so it will done pretty soon (the top anyway, I'm a thinking this may be one I send out to a long-arm).
Maggie in E. Central Illinois, who is going to stay home tonight, and not venture out into the cold to attend Altar & Rosary.
Camille and Dana - I know you are WAGS and friends but do you need to compete for the first of the December Block. Give me a break!!!!! How can I choose whicch one I think is the greatest. (and then such a slagger I have been I am way behind.) Love to you both and hope to see you in the spring, Ann