Friday, 6 April 2018

OMG for April

     It's time to come up with a goal for April's OMG and I have decided to focus once again on Eli's quilt.  It just needs to be quilted and bound.  


     Here's part of the top on the backing fabric.  I'm thinking I'll do some sort of wavelike action across the width of the quilt.  Likely with the walking foot.  I'm aiming to get this quilt pin basted tomorrow.  
     Today we have been plunged back into winter with snow falling and staying on the ground.  I'm focussing my sewing efforts on piecing my Postcard from Sweden quilt.  I didn't bother with the last link up because my progress was very minimal, but I am making up for it today.

10 comments:

Gina said...

The weather over here in Wales hasn't decided what season it is either. It's colder today than in December and we've had so much snow the past few months. Much more than we normally get. Enjoy your sewing day. At least the snow is good for something xx

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

That backing fabric is so perfect! It sounds like perfect sewing and quilting weather. Stay warm and I hope you have a cozy and productive weekend.

Janice Holton said...

Great kid quilt! It's hard to fathom there are places still getting snow! I sat outside watching a baseball game today with no coat!

Edith said...

Oh I like what I see, and can't wait to see the finished quilt at the end of the month, you can do it!

Sandra Walker said...

I just love your whales! Good luck with those bright (in fabric), majestic and wonderful (IRL) creatures.

Kay said...

This is a fab quilt. I love your colour choices. x

Walkers Road Quilts said...

Gorgeous whales. Good luck meeting your goal.

Patty said...

Love it. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Love those whales. I want to try this pattern. We got snow on Sunday. sigh.....

helenjean@midgetgemquilts said...

Eli's quilt is lovely, it will be finished in a blink of an eye