Judy’s UFO Challenge number for July was #3. My #3 is at the long-arm quilter, so it is not officially finished. However, I herewith submit another UFO for an out-of-order July finish.
This is a small table-topper quit, initially made a long time ago, and finally finished – quilted and bound. It is an original design made with the help of Mary Ellen Hopkins at a retreat I attended many years ago. In the center, where the four little black squares do not meet exactly, I added a little lady-bug button. I’m sneaky that way.
(Be sure to visit Judy’s blog for more UFO finishes.)
The quilts I made for my cousin have been delivered and installed.
This is a picture of one of them (there are two) which matches the painting above and the little rug to the side. I have a picture of the other side of the room with the other bed and the matching chair, but that picture is on my cell phone and it is in the other room and I don’t feel like going and getting it right now. (Talk about lazy!)
My cousin now wants to paint the walls as her walls are still the builder neutral.
I’m very happy with how the quilts look in the room and my cousin and her husband seem to be happy too – except for the fact that it emphasizes the need for painting the walls.
Anita’s Arrowhead blocks with a simple scrappy border.
Small enough for a table topper or a wall hanging – or a crib quilt!
Check out other Design Walls on Judy’s Blog.