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Sunday, October 25, 2009

What I've been doing









1. PACKING

2. PACKING
3. Cutting Red and Aqua patches for swap




4. PACKING

5. PACKING
6. Making sure I leave fabric out for civil war siggy swap
7. PACKING

8. PACKING
10. Making a backing and binding for Terry's quilt




11. PACKING

12. PACKING
                                 13. Trying to upload pictures to hubby's computer - no luck  I can't format how I like though!




14. PACKING




15. PACKING



My personal computer is still sick, I hope I get it back before we leave for Colorado on Tuesday!




 I've got my Charming Girl's sew along patches all sewn up - I love how it is looking.  I need to make the sawtooth border.





I saved out some charm packs for this month's Schnibbles project and I'm continuing to work on my PIF's.



Oh yea, have I meantioned I'm PACKING too!!??







For a more detailed script of what I've been doing, {boring} check out my Twitter bar on the right.




















18 comments:

Pat said...

Best of luck with your upcoming move. Somehow, I missed knowing the move would be to Colorado until today....I thought it was going to be a move to the west coast.

Needled Mom said...

I don't envy you with all the packing, but that is a pretty neat setup for sewing while you are "on the road".

Just catching up here after being on vacation and I must say that was one gorgeous spider! The colors were stunning. Was it lethal?

Nedra said...

I hope your computer gets over the swine flu soon, and have a fun trip to Colorado. I'm still impressed that you can sew along the way.

Candace said...

Mel - I had to go over to Twitter to find out your good news! Congratulations! I used to live in CO and loved it! There are lots of wonderful bloggy friends there too! I wish you all the best in your new adventure!
Cheers!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Hey Mel, whatca been up to!!!!

onlymehere said...

Good luck with the move. I'm loving this quilt. I hope the computer is better soon too. Cindy

Micki said...

Good luck with the move Mel! We have both done it a bunch of times, and I know how hard it is. I hope that this is the last move for you and wish you all the luck in the world!
Micki

Laurie Anne said...

Hi Mel,
Done any packing lately? LOL...
I have been checking out your blog and thought I would stop by and say hello and tell you that your blog is going on my daily list of blogs to read :D

Pop in to visit!
http://therebelblossom.blogspot.com

Material Mary said...

For a packing girl, you sure do get a lot done. Love love love the Amish looking 9-patch. Great color gradation. I think you will enjoy this one!!
Mary

Eileen said...

PRETTY!!!!!

Dawn said...

Wow..your moving to CO! Your quilt is beautiful!

Kelly@ Charming Chatter said...

Oh, Mel! It's gorgeous, just gorgeous! I love it! Busy girl you are -- hope you have a great time in Colorado!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Spectacular colors on the quilt. Moving is hard. So so very hard.

Rae Ann said...

The downside is moving, the upside is to Colorado. What a beautiful place. You will love it!
I love your quilt!!!

Sinta Renee said...

WOW! Great quiilt!
I move every couple of years... I can't say packing has ever been fun.

Annette said...

Love your quilt and the colors. Colorado is a beautiful place, from what I've seen on visits there. Good luck to you and also your husbands new job. Sounds like a great adventure.

Kim Walus said...

Hey, good luck on all that packing. I must have missed it. Are you moving? I also loved your quilt and all of the colors with the black make it look stunning!!!

Hillary said...

Wow! what a busy time for you! Moving is always rough! Good luck in Colorado :) I'm sure the people are great there too! There are quilters and friends everywhere!

It's just the finding that's difficult!