Window Shelf + ATC cards
As you can see, I hunted up a few more things to put on the shelf, and hung up my ATCs (Artist’s Trading Cards) on a cord tied to the edge of the shelf with some tiny clothes pins. I think it is a perfect way to display them.
I haven’t made any ATC cards in quite a while, perhaps not since we moved here from Florida. My crazy quilting group, Florida Seaside Stitchers, had an ATC swap, which is where I got most of these. Then later, I swapped with some of my Seaside Piecemaker friends and through a yahoo group just for ATC swaps. Some of my cards on display came from as far away as New Zealand and Australia.
This side view shows how the cord is tied to eye screws attached to the edge. It also shows how the curtain rod just sticks through one of the curlicues of the shelf bracket. Very simple.
This is a little quilt I put together from my bottomless supply of novelty print strips. It is a Bonnie Hunter design. Now I have to get around to quilting it. It is going to Ronald McDonald house via Chattanooga Quilting Guild.
“Remember Me” is all together now. I spent the last couple days getting the final border on. The pattern called for the border being all the same color of red, but I didn’t have a red that I liked enough to use that way. Instead, I used some of all the fabrics in the applique to make a scrappy border. It was not as complicated as I had expected, and I am very happy with it. Now it will sit in the quilting pile with all its sister quilts waiting to be quilted. Once completely finished, this quilt will hang on a wall in the house here somewhere. It hasn’t told me yet which wall. My friend, Sharon gave me the pattern and we have been working on it together, doing a block a month. Hers is nearing completion too. I can’t wait to see them together.
That’s about it for now. I have been knitting on the same pair of socks all summer. Hopefully, I will have them finished soon.
Oh and last Saturday I went to a cuddle quilt workshop with Choo Choo Guild. If you click on their blog link, you can see pictures. We had a lot of fun and got a lot of quilts put together.