Some of you have seen these photos on some of the quilting sites, but I didn’t post them here. I really don’t get a lot of computer time anymore. Between my job, my quilting, an old house that is in shambles (I AM, without doubt, the world’s worst housekeeper) and my dog, I can scarcely find time to even think about piecing. I need to make an applique block this afternoon for a friend who has terminal cancer. It is a pity that such sorrowful things prompt me to action. At any rate, here is the latest quilt I slipped on while pondering what to do with the Monet’s Wedding Ring. It is a hand-pieced Lemoyne Star. The blocks were not square, and in places, they were not even stitched together. While it was not excellently made, I loved it from the moment my customer unfurled it in the quilt shop. I like the colors . . . I love stars . . . it just spoke to me. I used a stencil from QC for the open blocks and just simple CC for the stars.
I have this wonderful new camera that allows me to take such wonderful photos, but alas, the software does not play nicely with my computer. I will install the software on an old windows computer I have and see if I can get things to run a bit more smoothly that way. Otherwise, I shall have to write to Pentax and let them know I am not happy. Ouch – when Linda’s not happy, that’s NOT a good thing! ;P
Off to hit the shower, run to JoAnn’s for some saral paper (I hope they have it) and then off to the dog park. Have a great day all.