Here we go! The countdown is on! And Mary and I are racing towards the finish! Or should I say the start? We are going on an adventure to Marilyn Doheny's Melrose Inn and will be working with the 9 degree ruler to make a garden, complete with flowers and critters! But first, we have work to do. At least, I did. Do. This lovely quilt above is Dot F's granddaughter, Danielle's first quilt. Pretty neat, isn't it? The colors are lovely, and the log cabin design is very pleasing.
Here's a closer look at the junction of four of the log cabins. I used feathers in the lighter half and bars in the darker one.
Danielle loves hearts, so I put them in wherever I could. This is one of the small borders.
And here's the outer border. The hearts here are upside down.
I also needed to finish Jane R's quilt before I left. Don't forget that you can click directly on a picture, and it will enlarge for you so you can see the detail better.
But, just in case you want me to do it for you, here's a closeup of the pantograph. It's called Sweetheart Garden and is one of my favorites.
Last, but not least (well, maybe least...) I finally quilted this one called Cubic Ribbons, made from one of Marilyn Doheny's classes on the 9 degree ruler. I like the play on perspective, don't you? And the Escher-like winding of the ribbons across and down each other.
And now, off to my lurkim. (Who can tell me where I got that word?) I still have all my strata to cut and sew. Mary is way ahead of me on this one.