"A very Merry Unbirthday to you, to you. A very Merry Unbirthday to you." from Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland"

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Some Progress

This lapquilt will be going to the hospital tomorrow, and I am submitting the picture to Martingale as part of  their Share the Warmth celebration for their 35th Anniversary.
I'm using the label I had made up by Namemaker.  I'm bad about labeling my quilts, but at least this shares a sentiment I like.

I made the two stars for the Scatty Stars Quilt.  This quilt will be a demonstration on how just changing the color values can make one design look different.  Sue and Cathi did a nice job in that.
My celestial bunch so far.
I did get my red thread so that's what I'm going to work on, as well as my bunnies and carrots for the Easter sal.

I opened an email with Gmail and have had nothing but problems since I got invovled with Google's email, so if you have that saved someplace to contact me, please don't use it.  I'm sticking with Verizon and Yahoo.  I think Blogger is part of Google, but I haven't had blog problems - yet.

God Bless You.


Stray Stitches said...

Your quilt is beautiful and will definitely brighten someones day. I'm not good about adding labels either but keep telling myself I need to start. Love the color value blocks - they are great examples. Sorry to hear you have had trouble with gmail. I have used both yahoo and gmail and much prefer gmail. I haven't had any trouble with it - but then my blog is another story......

QuiltSue said...

I love your comfort quilt. Someone will eb very happy with that.

I'm glad your enjoying your Scatty Christmas Stars blocks. As you say, it is amazing how different they look when you change the values round.

soggibottom said...

Such a warm looking quilt. I'm always envious when I see someone with such talent. :-) x x x

SewCalGal said...

Absolutely beautiful blocks and going to be a spectacular quilt. I want your help to learn to do as good a job as you do on 8 pointed stars. Excellent!