Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Yes, I'm still blogging!

I just noticed that it has been 12 days since I last posted. Sometimes time just gets away from you. I thought I'd better let you know what I'm up to...so here goes. I'm still trying to finish my PhDs before the deadline of June 30th. I really want to finish them this year as last year I only finished one of the seven or eight projects I listed. This year I trimmed the number to three in hopes that I could actually achieve my goal. So here is my progress on #2.
 As you can see I've got half of the center put together. All of the blocks are machine appliqued although nine will have buttons added when I've finished quilting. The bottom half still needs sashing and the whole thing will have narrow, white side borders. I'm also adding pieced keyboard borders and they are finished and waiting.
They took about four days of cutting and sewing. Of course that four days of time that is quite limited at the moment. My little puppy is still keeping me quite busy, but at least since I added the play pen I can get some sewing finished. Here's a picture of him supervising food prep from the back of the sofa. He's a diligent food prep supervisor even though he only gets puppy food!
 

12 comments:

Elaine said...

This looks like a very cute quilt.

Myra said...

Oooo... I love the look of this quilt! It has a wonderfully Springy feel to it! 8-)

A playpen is a treat idea! Pup is too cute! 8-)

Stray Stitches said...

The quilt is coming along beautifully! I really like your selection of fabrics :)

Your puppy is adorable :D

rubyslipperz said...

VERY cute quilt...but, not to offend...=)...but, that darling puppy does take a bit of a lead in the "cute" department!

What kind of puppy? Is it a cocker spaniel?

hugZ,
annie
rubyslipperz106.blogspot

Sandy said...

He's absolutely adorable!!

Shannon said...

A play pen is a great idea. He is so cute. your flower quilt is cute also. I love it. I love piano key borders.

Micki said...

What a great idea to use a play pen. Your blocks are wonderful and good luck with your studies!
Micki

Vicki B said...

OMG! How cute is he! And love your quilt. I'm going to become a follower.
Vicki

WoolenSails said...

I love your quilt, but your new pup is so so cute, looks like a little stuffed animal, lol.

Debbie

Amalie said...

Beautiful!! I love what you are doing with this quilt. I love the colors esp.

Solstitches said...

A very lovely project. You are using such pretty fabrics.
Margaretg

Angie said...

Oh I love your 30s and flowers!! And that pup is just too cute for words!!!! I could just eat him up---and I love the quilt he's resting on. :)