Sunday, June 26, 2011

One Thing, One Week Challenge

Amy over at Amy's Creative Side has a challenge to post a comment on her blog on Monday of what you want to complete this week and then do it! This last week I knew I was going away so all I said was that I wanted to get my charm squares cut and shipped off to AnneMarie at Gen X Quilters for her Spoonflower fabric swap.
One super easy thing and I got it done!

I love that Spoonflower sends the cute little label with your order. I will definitely use this label on this Spoonflower fabrics quilt.


I also made 3 postcards for my postcard swap. I can't post them until the recipients receive them.
And I finished hand sewing the backing seams on my CMB2A quilt. I am QAYG on this quilt and it is my first time to do so. All that is left to do is sew the rows together.
Mr. Romance and I have been celebrating our anniversary, so it might take me a few days to get back to my routine.  Our son and DIL are arriving on Thursday with their 4 kids, so I am not making any promises for next week's challenge! We'll just be celebrating lots of birthdays and Independence Day.


Amy's Creative Side

8 comments:

Annabella said...

I can`t get over how much I LOVE your Amsterdam quilt. It is beautiful. You`ve accomplished so much and you`ve been away..hope you had a fabulous time.

Patchwork and Play said...

I love the Spoonflower fabric! Is it still available? If so, what is the name? i would love some of it!

Alli said...

Yay for accomplishing your goal! The bunny fabric you picked is super cute and the perfect size for charms. I like the pictures you took of your charm-cutting process! :)

M-R said...

I love that Spoonflower fabric. Very fun! Congrats on your anniversary.

Linda said...

Happy Anniversary!!! Love your CMB2A quilt!

Melinda said...

Congrats on meeting your goal, Diane! Love the Spoonflower fabric!

Sue Frelick said...

Sometimes the simplest of things can be the hardest to get to, don't you find?. Congratulations on reaching your goal! What sweet fabric.

Geri Centonze said...

that fabric is adorable! it will be fun to have the kids here for the 4th of july weekend!!