Imagine getting up in the morning, pouring a cuppa, sitting down to catch up on the notifications of the morning and finding this as the word of the day! I barely slept last night. A combination of "brain-on-fire" and just wanting to stare at my evenings work...
I love new words and I love that Dictionary.com app on my Samsung devices that delivers me a new word everyday at 8am like clock work. This was absolutely the perfect verb for me today. You see, yesterday I finished the patchwork for Project: Kona Nerds, Unite!. With a bit of help from Voodoo Duck I pinned and stitched that long final seam that would finally marry the two halves of the flimsy. Talk about Monday night excitement!
Now the question becomes: how do I quilt this monster? It's a big quilt coming out at 81"×100". In fact, the size makes it hard to photograph inside as I just don't have a spot to lay it out properly, here I moved my table and chairs to try the lighting in the kitchen in hopes the colours might translate better, but no. I disturbed all that roving dog hair under the table for nothing. It's also hard to take photos that show the top part as well as the bottom...the angle is annoying.
So, by now you might be wondering...Who Made What?
JUNGLE by Lynne Tyler, New Hampshire, blogs at The Patchery Menagerie
WASABI by Adrienne Klenk, Nova Scotia, blogs at Chezzetcook Modern Quilts
POPPY & FOG by Dominique Gallant, Nova Scotia, blogs at The Running Thimble
BLACK by Katina Chapman, of Nova Scotia
HIBISCUS & COAL by Linda Smith, Nova Scotia, blogs at Scrapmaster
TORCH & KALE by Anja Clyke, Nova Scotia, blogs at Anja Quilts
BLUEGRASS & CANARY by Jennifer, Kentucky, blogs at Little Black Cat Quilts
CHINESE RED by Gale Bulkley, Ontario, blogs at Gale and The Scale
AQUA by Heather Jarmyn, Prince Edward Island
SKY by Susan Boudreau, Nova Scotia
GRAPEMIST by Dena Emaneau, Nova Scotia
POOL by Krista Fraser, Nova Scotia
CITRUS by Aimee Semel, Nova Scotia, blogs at Candy Coated Quilts
CHOCOLATE by Beth McKay, Nova Scotia
All the other blocks and bits are my own.
Now...about that roving dog hair...somebody pass the sticky roller!
Linking up with Lorna over at Let's Bee Social!