Sunday Reporting


No new stash usage to report.  No new stash bought.  I was hoping to have the pillow shams finished today, but I didn’t manage to get that accomplished.  I do have the tops quilted and cut out.  Just didn’t have enough steam today to do the backs.

I’ve been playing with the block layouts for my dad’s log cabin quilt.  I am emailing him pics, as I lay them out.  So far, we both like the barn raising layout better than anything else I’ve tried, including the windmill layout I had planned on using.  It just wasn’t doing it for me.  The “windmills” kind of got lost.  I am proud to report that as I was piecing the blocks, I went ahead and cut the scraps into 2.5 inch strips or squares, for a future leaders/enders project in blues & creams. 

I’m trying to keep up with the scraps as I go from now on. I am still trying to get the sack full I already had cut into strips & squares.  I did get more bricks and squares cut from that sack this week, to use in the Oklahoma Backroads quilt.

In non-quilting related news, my son won 1st place in his age division in the Jim Hitch Memorial golf tournament, in Guymon, Ok.  He played in it Friday and Saturday.  I thought the wind was going to blow us completely away yesterday.  My face was just gritty feeling from the dirt.  Yuk.  This is his 2nd year in a row to win first in his group.  If he plays all four years of his high school term, and has the lowest cumulative score of all the boys his age that played all four years, he will win the four year trophy, also.  It’s a very nice tournament and we really enjoy it. 

 

9 thoughts on “Sunday Reporting

  1. Congratulations, proud mom! What a good feeling to have your kid succeed. I’m loving watching my kids grow up and turn into decent human beings!

  2. Go DS!!!! And I’m so glad you and dad are working together on a quilting project!! That is so cool!! 😀 Glad it was a great weekend!

  3. Congrats to your DS! How happy and proud you must be!

    Congrats also on ‘staying ahead’ of your scraps 🙂

    I have a log cabin quilt blocks all made but need to decide on a setting…I like barn raising and DH likes the ‘navahoe’…time will tell which way the blocks go together 🙂

  4. Hello,

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving the lovely comment.

    I had to hop on over to visit your blog – fantastic! I love your feather quilting on the banner. Absolutely gorgeous!!

    I hope we can visit each other again.

    I can’t wait to see the final layout of your Dad’s log cabin quilt. What a sweet thing you are doing for your Dad and for involving him in the process.

    Also, congrats to your son!

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