Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Rain and thunder = sewing time


Today it has been a lot of heavy thunder storms and rain, so the best way to spend the day was in my sewingroom.


Working on The Ohio Star Crossing quilt and I decided to start sewing the 36 patch blocks. A lot of cutting first and then chain sewing some blocks.


Rusken helped me guarding my my patches.


When the thunder storm was to heavy so I had to pull out all the outlets (and could not use my sewing machine) I did some hand stitching on my star blocks.


The blocks made today. Three 36 patch blocks ( the quilt has total of 32 blocks and I have made 16 of them….half way).  I also made two star blocks.

So thanks to rain and thunder I got a lot done today.

Saying for today:



Leanne said...

A great way to spend a rainy day, your projects are so pretty.

julieQ said...

So glad you are getting some quilting time in!!

margaret said...

sounds like a massive storm but as you say made for a creative day, stars are coming along well and all those squares, I would struggle there to get all the seams matching

Ondrea said...

Well done! Good to see that Ruskin was supervising.

Susan said...

Beautiful sewing, I love your fabric selections.

Quilting Stories said...

Funny... we had as well storms and strong rains yesterday, rather unusual for July in Greece! I find that your blocks are great!

Teresa said...

Your star blocks look nice with your patch blocks. Would make a pretty quilt to combine the two

Radka said...

I am being told by my friend in Norway that you are having the best summer ever!

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