Here is a little wall hanging that I finished yesterday:
Kathie's blog, Inspired by Antique Quilts, (Here) has a beautiful little quilt in her header (lower right side) and I loved it when she first made it. (There are some blogs out there where I like everything they do; Kathie's blog is one of them.) I made my own version quite a while ago, but didn't finish the binding until just yesterday. Thanks Kathie for allowing my to copy your version. Mine is 12 x 12 in. and I put triangle hanging corners on the back, so I can hang it on the wall in December. The hst's are 1 inch, and the border is 3 in. on each side.
Today is design wall Monday, and also Quiltville's Easy Street Mystery linkup, so I have something to show for both sites:
Here's the Easy Street parts up through Part 4, and I have no clue what it will all look like when it is finished. But that's the fun of a mystery!
You can see what the other peeps are working on at Bonnie's post: (Here)
On my design wall is a Barbara Brackman suffragette block. She is posting one a week at this site: (Here) I have two more to make to get caught up with this project.
|Bride's Knot for Invisible|
We are entering the last week before Christmas, and I hope you take some time to sooth your soul in your quilt room. Merry Christmas!