It’s a snowy, Friday morning here in Michigan. We’ve had more snow this year than in the past few years altogether, I think. Getting a little tired of dealing with it, but it sure is pretty!
I have had these triangles for the border of my “Dear Jane” quilt sitting on my desk for several weeks now, waiting to be scanned and posted.
The first picture is called “Phoenix.” It didn’t scan very well and looks all wacky, but it looks good in person.
The second pic is called “Olympic Torch.” I forgot to add two tiny triangles on the bottom, but I think I will leave it
as is. No sense in messing up a good thing. For those of you like my good friend Lorrie
from work who might not know what a “Dear Jane” quilt is, there is a photo of the original quilt here
. It seems like I write about it every time I post, but when you see the original, you’ll know why. The original quilt was made in 1863 by Jane A. Stickle.
Dad comes home from Scottsdale on Saturday. I’ve missed him a lot. I don’t have to teach Saturday morning, so I’m hoping to get in some quality sewing time. More later!