First, here's a picture of Chupa, for her fans. As you can see, she finally had the nerve to say "Hello" to me. Maybe it's because every time I visit her, I clean her water dish, whether it needs it or not. And I haven't raised my hand or voice to her, even though I carry scary things like brooms and shovels. :)
I'd been looking for this purse pattern all last week. I finally found it when I wasn't looking for it. *sigh* It's made from fabrics purchased by my daughter on Etsy. The fabrics were made on Spoonflower, by the seller, I wish I could remember her name. Anyway, this is absolutely, without doubt, a one-of-a-kind bag. Didn't it turn out cute?
I had a free hour or so, and I haven't wanted to start anything big. This year's County Fair has a plane theme. It just so happens that I had the center of this quilt in my UFO box. Yesterday I added the large corner triangles and borders.
I've recently taken in two quilts-for-hire. If I'm going to go to the effort of putting up the basting tables, I may as well make good use of them. Who knows? I may actually cross a UFO off my list this year. Goals are good. This one was started in...1991, if I'm not mistaken...
2017 Pacific International Quilt show
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