Of course the day AFTER corduroy appreciation day, at LeeAnn’s, we REALLY appreciated corduroy in the creative way…we took the two squares (one from each)
Lee Ann made a third and decided to rotate the whole thing
we got out all the leftover bits and cut them into strips
and we just started in…placing, sewing, placing…here it goes…
…and we ALMOST got every single piece in…
FINISHED! 3 hours start to finish…
and then she made chicken soup and checked the blogs…!!
and here’s the faithful dog, whose hair is with us, the adorable Malti
Years ago I painted the picture of the first Australian shepherd in this household, Lil, on Sam’s wall when Sam was a little boy. Sam moved into his own apartment this weekend and Lil has gone, but Malti was there to keep us company…
What a fun weekend we had! That quilt looks better the more I look at it. So wish you lived right next door. xxoo
Nice teamwork. We left for a couple hours and came back to a completed quilt and dinner. Not bad, girls.
That is a gorgeous quilt!!!
Very, very nice work you guys.
I hate to reveal what we found to be true…just about anything, once sewn together, looks fine. Oops…so much for artistry!
I must agree with all the positive comments. That is an artistic group of fabrics that you two have stitched together. Great collaborative job from you two artists!
It looks fun and easy..something that I MIGHT be able to do..
Great quilt and a fun process you guys took to make it…. “Round and round and round she goes. When she’ll stop, nobody knows!” Enjoy your quilt.
Kindaʻ wish I had been there just to watch the evolutionary process too.