Saturday, July 14, 2012

QAL #6 - Finished Flimsy

Ta Da!
Wish I had a better place to get a picture - One Day!
 
Now off to clean the toilet that had the stuffed mouse floating in it earlier. The mouse is drying! I'm unsure the squeaky noise it used to make will be there when dried. The poor thing has been emitting a pitiful sound during the drying process. We shall see.
My next project - living room curtains. I was wanting to get more blue into the room and found Bread & Butter by Kaye England which has the blue background and the antique looking flowers from my couch plus enough of the Burgundy to blend in nicely with my favorite chair. Whittle's Fabrics is well worth you taking a tour. I paid $5.00 a yard for the fabric and $5.00 shipping. You cannot beat that!

I have had a wonderful day. Hope you did also. Much thanks to Lynn of Sew'n Wild Oaks for hosting and Sue of Quilt Times for providing the mystery quilt design.

HAPPY QUILTING TO ALL!

11 comments:

Lesley said...

Oh wow! Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous! I'm so late to the party today, so I read all your posts really quickly and will just comment on this one 'cause it's your Ta Da! post! You accomplished so much today! It is just a beauty! Will you handquilt or machine quilt?

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Love your quilt - just a great country look! And your blue floral fabric is wonderful - I will have to check that site. Thank you for sharing.

Lynn said...

Yes, your quilt does have a wonderful country look to it. Now about the mouse.....in the toilet......

Lynn said...

Your quilt does have a wonderful country look to it! Now about the mouse.....in the toilet.....

Podunkpretties said...

I just joined your blog and read your post for the QAL, your a fast quilter!

Khristina aka Khris said...

Love your quilt...red really works for it...hugs Khris

Joanna said...

Love your curtain fabric. And your quilt of course. Thanks for the info on Whittle's; it's always nice to discover a new shop.

Miss 376 said...

You had a very productive day, what with mice and sewing, lol. At least this is a toy one, Hamlet brings us the real thing

Janet said...

Another beauty! This is really a fantastic pattern. I haven't started it because I've been working on another Christmas mystery quilt, but I am definitely going to make this one.

QuiltSue said...

Your quilt looks beautiful. I am so enjoying seeing all the different layouts for this.

Now I'm off to visit Whittles, whilst muttering to myself "I really mustn't" all the time.

Sand and Sunshine said...

wow wonderful job, this turned out great.