When I took this picture I realized I only bought 10, not 12, fat quarters last weekend so I can deduct a half yard <g> .
Moda's "Collection for a Cause" Millbook Series ca. 1835.
Sales benefit the American Quilt Study Group.
If you have even the slightest interest in antique quilts, you should check out AQSG.
There is probably a regional quilt study group in your area --
a great way to learn more about quilts and fabrics.
I'm crediting myself for the half yard miscounted last week. And I gifted a friend with a yard of batik for her birthday yesterday.
Beginning total: 13 yds.
Outgoing: 1-1/2 yds
Current total: 11-1/2 yds.
I didn't get the backs done that I had hoped to. This project -- Cindi Edgerton's "Tall Tree" -- has a higher priority. I should be able to count it out next week as it needs to be finished by Thanksgiving. Once I add a border it will be ready to become a quilt. A little embellishment with buttons to hang ornaments and it will be ready to go. I used mostly scrap greens and the whites came out of my FQ collection. The border -- well, do you ever buy fabric because it's cute but then realize the "cute factor" won't hold up to cutting it into small pieces?
That's the story for this fabric. I think it will make a perfect border.
I'm also making progress on Cathedral Stars. All blocks are finished and I actually have one corner section complete. The setting triangles and borders are cut. Hoping to get a few more rows put together.
I will be making two backs for quilts I'm sending to Terry at Quilt Crazie for tornado victims in Washington, IL.
Linking up to Patchwork Times.
Best wishes for a pleasant Thanksgiving to all!