So, last Friday/Saturday, I attended the HandiQuilter's Blessington Academy up in the Blue Mountains, took three classes, and two lectures with Angela Walters, and learned about the HQ Infinity 240 (or something like that; I don't remember the specifics of the machine).
It was VERY good, and I came back with a heap of new thoughts and experiences, as well as some new outlooks on my quilts and quilting them!
Came home from the Blessington Academy on Saturday afternoon, quilted it Saturday night, bound it last night. It goes in the post tonight (somewhat belated).
February Birthday Swap!
Completed the cover at the Blessington Academy on Friday afternoon and it goes in the post tonight.
Too late for summer, of course.
And probably needs to be one or two sizes smaller in the body. I'm practically swimming in the fabric!
Oh, well, next summer...
Once I start sewing the pieces together, it comes together pretty fast. I can do a row or two per night and the top will be done in a couple of weeks. Which then means I have to get cracking on the quilting...
Must start thinking about that now.
Plain Jane Passacaglia
Another Rosette 7 done!
I think a Rosette 11 is up next...
To Do This Week
Set the blocks, lay it out, JUST DO IT.
April Birthday Swaps
Sew Together Bag? Drawstring Bag? Another Compact Shopping Bag? I'm on a Bag run right now.
Got fabric for the Aussie Tula Pink Swap. Need to work out what I'm actually doing with it... It shouldn't be that hard, right? RIGHT? *facepalm*
Linking up to WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.