The first one just HAD to be finished. Remember my Blue Lagoon? I wrote about it in this post
Then there was this cushion that I was taking to the FQR retreat in London to hand quilt
Well I finished it, but I'm not particularly thrilled by it. I think it's the fabric I used for the piping that is putting me off. It looks good with the back, but not so much the front.
Here's a closer shot of my hand quilting, which I'm pretty pleased with (covered in cat hairs I see!)
And finally the Circa 1934 quilt. I have always had my eye on this fabric, but when the Jelly Roll arrived, I was less keen. It all seemed a bit dull, and I didn't know what to make with it. I eventually came across a mystery QAL, but when it came to assembling the top, I didn't like the pattern so I made one up myself! I'm not ever so pleased with it, because I don't think the diamond and diagonals show up terribly well. But it is destined for a friend at Christmas, and she will be happy I made something for her!
It does go very nicely with Ted's Lichfield Cathedral hoodie, don't you think! I'm calling it "Up-side down" as I managed to sew the backing on upside-down!
The one that got away was the wheels on the bus
I think I'll give up on this one!!! Or maybe make a lot more in brighter colours. Who knows
Linking up Leanne's Q3 FAL, and then I'm off to write a list for Q4. The weather is getting colder, and there is less work to be doing on the garden, so I may be a bit more ambitious this quarter