Thursday, September 22, 2011

QAYG part #2

Here is my QAYG part #2. The section with the flying geese was added. I haven't decided what side I want to do next. I have so MANY fires in the burner, that I need to work on some other stuff. One day it will get done. I admire quilters who start on one project and push through to get it completely done. I can do small projects like that, but not the big ones. :):) Oh well :):)
OK, does anyone else have an obsession for this little antique toy sewing machines??? Or is it just me? 

For those who are working on the quiltie trade, how are you doing??? We have 16 ladies signed up so far. With 2 ladies in the thinking mode. :):) Well, I'm just checking on you. Looking forward to October 15th.         

Big HUGS to all,  Sandie


Kathy said...

Great colours in you QAYG, Sandie.

I am a shocker for having too many projects on the go at once. Every now and then I give myself a firm talking to and spend some time finishing off a few, but it's not long before I am inspired anew and my list of projects on the go grows again!

I saw a tiny machine similar to your red one the other day in an antique shop, but it was not a toy. The price was unfortunately not toy-like it stayed in the shop!

Shocking Hocking said...

love the qayg - very vibrant.

i've got my 3 quilties almost completed - they just need a little more something. I'm really enjoying this and will blog about them later.


Marianne said...

oh don't get me started on irons in the fire. I have so many projects started this year.
..and more waiting in the wings. The problem is fabric...."THEY" just keep making such great fabric. The colors , the prints, I love it all!
My quilties are finished. I need to get them ready for the mail.

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Sandie I am so glad I found your blog I never cease to be wowed by the beauty of quilt art. I am guilty of having too many irons in the fire also and now I can hardly get myself back on track. It is hard to have to slow down when it has been do, do, do all my life. Your ATC is coming this week, I promise.

MariQuilts said...

This is looking fantastic Sandie. I know what you mean about having to many projects on the go at once. I love the colours, shapes and the quilting.

Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Love those little children's sewing machines, I have my childhood machine a tiny hand cranking Singer! Hugs and love, Marilou

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