I am completely finished with the teaching quilt that I started a few weeks ago with the intention of using it to give a talk about my art quilt process. Last night I added the hanging sleeve and label. Can you believe that this means that I am finished early?!! I know, I know.
School ended for me today, thank goodness! This means I can quilt to my heart's content....at least for the next couple of months!''
I'm only a week away from debuting my license plate block for American Made Brand by Clothworks. I thought I was finished with it, but I added another small element and now I'm done. Really. I am. I wish I could show you, but I have to wait. Of course, you don't have to wait to see the New Hampshire and Virginia plates. They were debuted today.
Unfortunately, typepad.com was down again today, then up again, and back and forth, so who knows if it's working. I haven't see Pat Sloan's block because each time I tried typepad was acting quirky. I finally got to see it and say hello to Pat late this afternoon. It is worth the extra work.
Tomorrow, head on over to New York (Quilts from my Crayon Box) and North Carolina (A Stitch in Time). While you're visiting these great blogs, learn a bit about each state and don't forget to sign up for the giveaways. Each one is giving eight fat quarters from the AMB collection--of which there are 50 colors!
Clothworks was generous in providing so many fat quarters for our blog tour, don't you think? To add to the fun, some bloggers have additional prizes--most of them unique to their state! Can we say whoo-hoo and thank you?
Hope I see you at one of the blogs on the tour!