It’s finished when you can stick a fork in it. This is what my aerobics teacher said at the end of each class. True, my exercise for the day is done. However, finishing one item on your to do list doesn’t translate to finishing all items on that list. It is good to relish the moment though. Isn’t that one of the reasons for writing blog posts?
SAQA Spotlight Auction
Lola is the inspiration for my quilt for SAQA’s Spotlight Auction. I finally named the thread painting, True Love. Isn’t that what we feel for our cats and they for us? Hurray! I finished True Love. In addition, it is making its way to SAQA’s shipping in time for the auction.
You don’t have to be a member of SAQA to bid on my piece or any of the other 300 plus artworks in the auction. Every piece is 8″ x 6″. They are professionally matted with a white mat. I will post more details closer to the auction.
I don’t know what I would do without my 2024 Rainbow Scrap Challenge Quilt pattern. Well, actually, I do know. I would be making random blocks hoping things would all come together in the end. Not my style. I am far too methodical for that.
At the start of each month I count up the number of blocks featuring the month’s assigned color. February is red. I need 3 red and blue combo blocks. Done! There are 16 red and green combo blocks. I finished those, too. Crikey! Apparently, this quilt requires 51 red blocks combined with colors other than blue or green. Seems I have my work cut for me this month if I want to finish all the red half blocks.
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