Tuesday, November 2, 2010

TaDah the Top is finally done.

This is what I ended up doing on Saturday. Apple Juice and more Apple Juice. My back is still killing me. "The old gray mare aint what she used to be."

So I had to put the blocks together last night. I thought I was short blocks and was about to abandon the project for another day but Barb wouldn't let me quit.

So tonight we were on a messenger call and every time she didn't hear the sewing machine she would get me back on track(what a slave driver). It is so easy to get side tracked, the internet calls, I start looking for patterns, food breaks, and potty stops. But I finished, well except for the border and I will have to think on it for a bit and decide what I want to do. I love it when I get done.

I can breathe a sigh of relief and start a new project. That's the beauty of quilting. There is always another one on my mind. You gotta love it.


  1. Yes, I got my ole whip out....

    Love the quilt!!! and juice...ummm ummm good.

  2. Barb-slave driver?? NEVER!! lol!!
    But look at that quilt!! It looks wonderful! Love the designs that the spinners make.

  3. this is beautiful! worth every bit of aggravation and sisterly "encouragement" (I use that word loosely LOL) - blue and white - classic. fonly, Sandy

  4. I love the quilt. Now Mom is wanting to do one. so I guess we have a new project next week.

  5. That Barb is a real slave driver!!!! lol She is, however, one of the most productive quilters I know.

    It looks gorgeous as does all the preserving.

  6. You did a great job Jeanette!! I don't know how you find the time.

  7. Ohhh, it's gorgeous! Aren't you glad you got all the pressing done?
    Take care, Leslie

  8. That looks so lovely. I could use a friendly slave driver at times too, there are some quilt tops I need to finish!

  9. That is such an incredible job Jeanette. It is just a classic quilt!

  10. Great looking quilt! Love the design!


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