Saturday, July 17, 2010

Getting Back on Track

I think I have mentioned it before, but I have been having trouble getting back into things for a couple of months. Finally, I am getting there.

This is a quilt that was part of a workshop when Jo Morton first visited Texas way back in 2007. It was put on the back burner for awhile and then hung in the closet waiting to be quilted. I took it to my long arm quilter and as always Sheri did a great job. My friend Sarah helped me find just the right binding. Thanks Jo for designing it and Sarah for having a great eye .Eagle QuiltI was out of town for a few days attending a wedding and catching up with family. When I arrived back home this was waiting for me. It is a needlepoint tree ornament that I had finished and had sent off to the finisher. I think they did a great job – especially since it is an odd shape. Sorry the photo isn’t better. Maybe I should hit Santa up for a new camera!

Roof Top Santa OrnamentToday I am hand quilting a small Irish Chain quilt and I just put a pot of Anasazi Beans on to cook. I used this recipe except since I did not have any Jalapeno bacon I used black peppered bacon and two minced Jalapenos, with seeds removed. I will mix up some cornbread and pop it into the oven to bake and dinner will be ready. I like it when I can just put my dinner on to cook and forget it don’t you?

Later today, when it cools a little, I need to run out and buy some Mylar and get a challenge quilt started.

Until next time …



antique quilter said...

Pat love the eagle quilt, wow it looks wonderful.
that has been on my list to make for a long time!
I love eagle quilts. glad your finding your way back now and the santa is cute...going to look great on the tree.

Donna Keating said...

Your eagle quilt is gorgeous. Congratulations on finishing an older project. It's no longer a UFO.

My Colonial Home said...

OMGosh what a gorgeous quilt. I am always in awe at the work that goes into these.

Please check out my blog to see the barn quilts I posted.
I thought of you when I did it and was going to e-mail you!


Sandra Henderson said...

WOW!~Love your work! Great job!and nice blog..

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh Baby! I love your eagle quilt! I"ve always wanted one. SOMEDAY I"m going to make one! Yours is wonderful.