I have two crazy weekends every month, and I'm in the middle of one of them, and I feel totally under control! Seriously?? OK -- so I have a few pictures to put into the presentation for this morning, but that doesn't take long. I've finally got masters of everything and learning how to upload last minute pictures from people - the technology (for the most part) is set up and working like a charm (knock on wood).
I do have a few e-mails to answer today, and I've lots of work to do this afternoon, but I'm in good shape! Plus, I feel 100% this morning. I had a deep sleep and even dreamt of one of the local quilt shops and how they recently moved (they did, in fact, move), and I wasn't part of it - but I dreamt that I was there! Where did that come from?
We had our Tula Pink class last night. What a fun class - the participants are learning tons - I'm learning tons, and we have a lot of fun. This would NOT be the same thing if not on Zoom. Actually, thank goodness for Zoom - no travel time, so that means I can work until the LAST minute, run over to the film studio area - upload that last-minute picture, and appear calm, cool, and collected! What fun!
Let's see what we have for Show and Tell this morning.
Here's the book that we're working from.
|100 Modern Quilt Blocks by Tula Pink|
Here's the color grid quilt in the book that many of us are working from.
|Color Grid quilt in the book|
Barb is making the color grid version of the quilt. She didn't quite get all the homework done. Hey - some of the ladies work full-time, so they have time restrictions to deal with.
|Lynn's first three rows|
Maryke is also working on the color grid. Here are her blocks for this month.
Here are my blocks for this month—some pretty hot colors in there.
This is what my quilt looks like so far. It's HOT!! I'm thrilled with the colors and the transitions.
And now this is my version after I've added this month's blocks. I'm not keen on the greens that I've added. I've got a wee bit of work to do and will rework a block or two! That's the joy of working blind. I say blind because I just literally picked colors from the scrap boxes and didn't pay too much attention to how they looked. Well - seeing them on the wall is another story!
|My version with 40 blocks|