Answers and WIPS

Hi to everyone out there in quilt land. To everyone that stops by and leaves a comment, I would like to say thank you.  Sometimes you feel like you are just sending stuff out into space and nobody reads it. On to questions:  Jill asked me what I was working on, since the hexagon projects are on hold.  Well, the above photo shows some projects.  I did a little cleaning and found some things that have been hanging around forever.  The Butterfly I am just now layering for quilting.  The little star quilt is one I started and didn't like, although now I think it might be o.k. and may finish it. The Streak of Lightening is awaiting inspiration for a border.  Sometimes I think borders are the hardest part. The flower basket is a real oldie. It  has hexagons that were English Paper Pieced and the corner fans were partially foundation paper pieced.  Whew - that was in my very early miniature days!  I may or may not do something with it. 
Judy D. stopped by and asked what the edging on the little fan quilt was.  It is just a scalloped edge.
But, funny you should mention rick rack, as I have been kicking that idea around for awhile as an edging.
Well, that's it for now.  I am still recovering from a vicious stomach flu and trying to get back into the swing of things.
Till next time........


ann hermes said…
Beautiful work, as usual!
Janet O. said…
Wonderful little masterpieces!
Jill said…
I love the Streak of Lightening, but I know what you mean about deciding on borders. It is nice to see that you have a pile of little unfinished quilts....I do as well. One just needs a border and other others quilted, I need to pull them out so I see them or often and maybe I will be inspired to finish them.
What an inspiration you are! These are all sensational Sheila! I particularly like the streak of lightening. Can't wait to see what you choose for a border. Have a great day.
Karen said…
I like the little zigzag piece. Such tiny little pieces. Thank you for sharing.

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