September and October OMG

I finished my September goal--bind two quilts.  I'm happy to have these completed finally!

Here's some eye candy.  :)

My October goal is to sew together at least one quarter of my For the love of geese quilt.  When I made the outer ring I did not sew some of the background fabrics onto the ends, so I need to do that first.

You can see the next quilt I'll be working on, made by Charlene.  I love the design she selected and look forward to sharing it with you.

I have been busy with quilting still.  I completed two client quilts this past week.  Here's a sneak peek of Cindy's quilt, quilted with the Soho pattern.  The other is a secret for now since it will be gifted.  Look for it in late October.

I'm also binding all the stuff.  Here's another completed Quilts for Kids quilt.  I shared the quilting on this one last week.

My guild makes quilts that serve as fundraisers for local charities.  The current project involves each of us making two blocks in Christmas colors.  We are all making the same block.  Here is my first attempt.  Oops!

And here they are, corrected.

The only other thing I have to share this week is this yummy comfort food recipe for chicken and rice.  While it took me longer than the 30 minutes the recipe says, it was easy to make and tasted great. 


  1. Beautiful finishes! The geese look so challenging--that's going to be a stunning quilt! Good luck!

  2. Very nice! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

  3. That is an amazing quilt in the works -- For the Love of Geese. I'm looking forward to seeing what it will look like done!

  4. Can't wait to see the block come together. Thanks for thinking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.