Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The Eagle Has Landed

After a whirl wind week of field trips, sales calls, graduation ceremonies, and decorating for the all night senior party. (Can I just say I thought my fingers would never be the same after tying 200 balloons.) We are settling into our summer routine and I finally found a few moments yesterday to sew.
I finished the needle punch eagle. Made the checker board border. And sewed it all together with the log cabin blocks I made earlier. Josh is pleased the with progress so far.
Now a few more checker boards, a couple rows for awards and Josh's eagle quilt will be well under way.

10 comments:

  1. It looks wonderful! What a nice quilt to commemorate his Eagle!

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  2. It looks fabulous! :) Hope you factored in some time to rest - you've been a busy woman!

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  3. That will be lovely when it is finished. Good job.

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  4. Will be a very memorable quilt when it's finished...

    You've certainly had a busy busy time lately - but fun too. Hope everyone had fun!

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  5. Punch needle took the place of applique. A good idea!

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  6. The quilt is awesome! I'm so excited to see it finished. It is unique and special and made with much love! It certainly sounds like life has been a whirlwind...hope things settle down now for awhile!

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  7. Terrific quilt and wonderful gift! He will love it!

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  8. This is really lovely - can't wait to see it finished!
    Kris

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  9. Looking good! It's going to be a quilt he'll treasure.

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