Whew! It has taken me a while to get this quilt finished, but it is finally done!
I had fun making a label for this quilt too.
My next quilt will be for McCall's Quilting, and it is made with civil war reproductions. That is a bit out of my usual style, but I found a great old vintage quilt and updated the pattern using reproductions. Originally a 2-color quilt in red and white, it will have a whole new look and feel than the original. I will post some pics of my progress as I work on it. Calling it Civil War Stars. Not very original for a name, but it gives a flavor of the quilt. LOL
This week I am going to be all over the place. I drive to Salina, KS on Monday to speak to the Silver Needles Quilt Guild. I teach EQ Club on Tuesday night at the LQS and on Wednesday night I have a night class for my real job as a college professor. Then a three day break. . . sigh. . . and then off to Bella Vista, AR for two days. I will teach an EQ7 class on Sunday (Easter!) and give my Grandmother's Flower Garden Lecture on Monday. Then back home for a little work on my day job and then off to Oklahoma City for two lectures and a workshop the end of next week. I get home just in time to vend at the Kaw Valley Quilt Guild Quilt Show, where I am chair of the mini quilt silent auction and doing an EQ7 demo and lecture on. . . oh my, not sure which day! Gasp. I think I am seriously over-committed for April!