From the left on the wall:
- a kitty panel on the bottom - waiting for inspiration
- Tumbler table runner - waiting for time to piece it
- Tumbler flag - top is put together and I have purchased backing. I know how I want to quilt it and I know that I want to keep the angled edges which means it has a "tucked in" edge that is edge stitched and no binding. Any recommendations on the best way to do this? I am guessing sew the three layers around edges and then turn right side out but do you quilt before or after that?
- 2 more civil war blocks completed yesterday
- 3 dresden plate mug rugs that need quilting and binding
- Several hexie diamonds that I have started stitching together with the black sashing
- The angel panel has been there a year and a half - I like to look at her but have no plans to do anything with her yet. Anyone have ideas?
- Top right is a border design that has also been there ages. I don't like it very much and that's why it's still there and I'm sticking to it...
On the table:
- The white baskets have a pieced border I am working on.
- One green basket is leftovers from a "camping" tablerunner I made for Mom and Dad's new camper - they need to be trimmed and put away. Actually I have enough to make a second runner.
- The next two green baskets are bits that need to be trimmed and selvages that need to be put in their box
- The stack of blue fat quarters on the cutting mat are for another Civil War block
- The bag of Snickers is what keeps me sane. Not really. Ok, maybe.