Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Up up and Away with the holidays....Who do you relate to in the City Scape, "The Human Experience"?

Hold on to your hats, Ladies! The above quilt is a pattern from Sunday Morning Quilts from start to finish! My corner barista is due to have a son anyday and I wanted to whip up a little surprise for her babe. This is a great stashbuster! and a quickie is you are in a time crunch.
I cannot seem to get my fill of playing with my people fabric and Seattle theme. I have wanted to create a quilt that includes random people and this is a work in progress. Don't you love the dapper gent and the frugal homemaker?
Ever been fed up and said, "To hell with it!"......in this case, it was better to throw out the fish than the baby with bathwater....
And a small quilt to celebrate the love I have for the Southern Utah desert memories and my life in the NW.....Oh how I love quilting with Roxy on these little ditties. Roxy and I are busy getting on top of the stack of pieced quilts. With a day off and boys at work and school, we may just get something accomplished! And you? Love, Em

8 comments:

LynCC said...

Aha! The Grinch in Seattle :D And Linus? cool! The 3 WIPs I've got going are all large and quite involved. I'm starting to get really BORED with them, but I also really want to push them through to the next stage. Two will be finished, one ready for quilting. So I'm trying to stick with it. :)

Snoodles said...

I'm finding the best way to get things accomplished is to stick to smaller projects! LOL But now my sweet daughter has chosen a large quilt to hang on the wall of her new digs... :)
Love your projects, m'dear!

Nifty Quilts said...

It's always fun to see what fun you're up to. Love the baby quilt. Also your mom's!

Karen said...

You always make me smile - and your barista is in for a treat!!!

Tangos Treasures said...

NICE!!

suemac said...

That did not look like an easy peasy quilt in the book. Lots of small triangles. As a person who has a daughter named Emily, shortened to "Em" most of the time, I cannot help but enjoy your blog.

Miki Willa said...

I just got caught up on your blog. You have been a very busy and wonderful quilter! I love your Seattle series. They are all so whimsical and fun. I also like this baby quilt. I need to get busy and make a couple for my upcoming new grandbabies. You have inspired me!

Sharon said...

You are so funny! Loving the Seattle quilts and your brown baby quilt is adorable!