Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Grandmother Morris

My twenty Granny Squares are sewn.

They are almost intolerably adorable.

Next step, trimming and sashing.

And, of course, getting back to Stars In Their Eyes which was put on hold once Grandmother Morris showed up.


13 comments:

Betsy said...

rich, warm, understated beauty

Fitzy said...

Is the dark brown your background? Yummilicious!

Quiltdivajulie said...

You do loverly work --- aren't distractions wonderful?!?!?!

Janet O. said...

Oh, this so makes me want to start on Granny Squares. MUST.BE.STRONG!!
Grandmother Morris is going to be beautiful!!

LizA. said...

I LOVE these! Cant wait to see how you set them.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Well, of course everything needs to be put up for awhile when Grandmother arrives, she is absolutely beautiful!

Deb said...

I LOVE THEM! I really need to get inspired to work on my quilting again...and I need to win the lottery so I can retire from work and be able to sew all day.

cityquilter said...

completely intolerably beautiful i'd say...

Guenveur in Kent said...

Well, they are intolerably adorable!

Jindi's Cottage said...

Gorgeous...I thought the chocolate brown was your background then realised it was the wall..and here I was thinking how beautiful the chocolate brown was as a background! Have fun playing with the setting and sashing...

AnnieO said...

Intolerably adorable indeed! Love them.

Thelma said...

Wow, this is coming along wonderfully. I stopped by to see if you had finished Starry Eyed but totally understand the distraction. Your blocks look great.

Nicole said...

Now, that is a great use of those hard-to-use Morris fabrics! I also love the look of 20 blocks.