Sunday, 20 April 2008

100th post!

It may have come to your notice that this post is my 100th post. Now I know it is customary to celebrate this by having some sort of give away but I have decided to wait until my 1st blogiversary in August - mainly because I've not got anything nice to give away at present but I'm working on it!

Now, down to business.

I am doing quite well on the holiday plans. Yesterday I went on a scrapbooking workshop. I got quite a lot done on the scrapbook I have got of residents from work. I didn't stay for the whole session as my hands started protesting with all the cutting I was doing.

Today the airing cupboard got sorted, the clean washing pile was sorted, put away and more washing was done.

Look what else I managed to work on! - SogM's quilt.

This is a gratuitous photo of Molly enjoying the quilt before SofM gets a chance.
These 2 photos show it with it's sashings in place and one piano border. I am short of some of the green sashing fabric so I am unable to complete the rest of the top. I will get the fabric on Wednesday when I go for the quilting class.

I have also had a go at my own top and I will have another go at it tomorrow. I want to get these 2 tops completed before I started the one for the girl at work.


enthusiastic crochetoholic said...

The quilt is looking good. I see you have animal help when taking photos the same as I do! My dog comes running as soon as he hears the camera ping when I switch it on.

clarabelle said...

Congrats on your 100th post! I love the quilting - it looks so neatly done.

I'm afraid that me and sewing machines don't see eye-to-eye; I have two, but both are broken and I'm guilty.

mandycharlie said...

Congratulations on your 100th post. Your quilt looks beautiful, I love the colours you have chosen.

Nicole said...

Love those gorgeous green fabrics. Isn't it funny how a cat always has to sit right on top of whatever one is working on? Congratulations on your 100th post! I wish you many more.

YankeeQuilter said...

Congratulations on your centennial-post! The green quilt is wonderful. Really like the piano key border.