|heavy cardboard tube, about 18" long|
|ends covered with fabric, and glued down|
|block holder, unrolled|
|block holder with muslin 'covers' over the flannel|
|block holder all rolled up and tied|
When I pulled out my favorite rotary cutter to cut the fabric for this block holder, I found the cover was busted, and I couldn't use the rotary cutter. Waaa!
|broken rotary cutter|
|My new rotary cutter!|
I got something even better in the mail on Thursday! I won a contest over on Terri's blog, QuiltNCards. Terri makes wonderful paper-pieced blocks. She's been making several Harry Potter blocks. Anyone who knows me, knows that I LOVE HARRY POTTER!!!! To win Terri's contest, you had to guess, by just seeing parts of the paper piecing, what the block was. The original post is here. Check it out and see if you can guess what the finished block is. Terri let me try twice (she's nice like that) so, on the second guess, I figured it out. It's 'Lily' as in Lily was Harry's mother.
|Vial of Felix Felicis|
I stopped at a few thrift stores (and a garage sale) this week. I haven't had much time to visit thrift stores lately. SCORE! I found FABRIC! Lots of really good quilting fabric.
|4 different browns, about 6 yards of fabrics|
|HP fabric and Eleanor Burns fabric|
|Angel mini quilt|
I don't know how much I'll get done this week. Oldest son is home for Spring Break, and I have stuff scheduled almost every day. With this great weather, I'm hoping to be able to take my hand crank out on the patio and sew. I'm working on a new project. I'll post about it later.
Have a Great Weekend!