Friday, January 14, 2011

Something...


 Something new on my worktable is"Butterscotch Tart" by Fig Tree & Company; I'm using Soul Blossoms by Amy Butler.

Something almost finished is my Luna Notte quilt--I'm hoping to pick up the outer border today and will share pictures of the whole quilt top as soon as the border is added (pattern "Rosettes" by Fig Tree & Company).


Something to make is yesterday's "Be Mine" blog tour project from Carol...

and something else to make is today's project from Stephanie! Tomorrow's project will be from Natalia...be sure to stop by!

We have a long weekend here...that extra day off is going to be nice. Hopefully, I can go through my inbox (thank you so much for the wonderful "Modern Valentine Table Runner" comments) and get some serious sewing in! Have a great weekend!



20 comments:

James-Linda said...

TOURING!
LOVE THE BUTTERSCOTCH TART !
THANKS FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

James-Linda said...

SHERRI, WANTED TO LEAVE A COMMENT ON YOUR BLOG ON 1-13 TOO, BUT IT WAS NOT AVAILABLE ?
THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Nicole said...

What a beautiful use of the Luna Notte fabric!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

And what a fun pattern choice for Soul Blossom!

Karenkay said...

Its a great pattern...thanks for showing it!

Mama Pea said...

Cute. I never would have thought to use Amy Butler fabrics for that fist project. You are so clever. It will be beautiful!

Melissa said...

Sherri, I have a really odd question to ask you. This pattern is actually on my UFO list and currently shoved in a box because I got so frustrated. The blocks are gorgeous but with so many little pieces I was ending up with lots of bulk and it was making my blocks wavy.

I love the pattern and I would LOVE to finish it but making another ugly block would break my heart. Can you share with us how you avoid bulk in blocks with so many pieces? Plus, I'd love to see a picture of the *back* of that block if it's not too personal. ;)

Michele said...

Your projects look wonderful! Enjoy the long weekend.....I'm going to try to get a few projects finished this weekend too!

Terriaw said...

love seeing what you're working on these days!

Love that adorable patchwork heart too! What a sweet idea to make it into a needle book.

John'aLee said...

Girl you've been busy! Love the blocks!

Stray Stitches said...

Love the blocks and the fabrics you are using!

Cardygirl said...

Butterscotch tart looks delish! Gorgeous blocks.

Carol said...

I won a kit for the Butterscotch Tort quilt last year, it's on my to do list for this year. Yours looks wonderful in Soul Blossoms.

Cindy said...

I love that you're doing such a traditional pattern with Soul Blossoms. Can't wait to see it all!

Nanbon44 said...

just wanted to check in and see what you were up to, love the blocks

Carrie P. said...

OOO, it is so cool how the "Tart" looks like a totally different pattern done up in your fabrics.

Cowgirl in the City said...

Gorgeous! You've been busy!

Dianne said...

I'd love to see that whole rosette picture when it's done. Luna Notte is so gorgeous...and paired with a figgy pattern...doesn't get much better than that :)

Abby said...

Can't wait to see the Butterscotch Tart quilt. Love the line you picked to do it in.

Karen said...

The Luna Notte quilt is so soft & pretty looking. Good choice of fabric and design.