Tuesday, February 8, 2011

My Quip - Five New Quilts Preview

Good Day,

And it is overcast today… It is cold, and the third or fourth cold front in a week is heading down from Calgary and Inuvik. All right, already. This is Florida. Canada is a beautiful country… but please keep your cold weather. This is supposed to be the Sunshine State. You are supposed to come here for the sun and sand… not for the blues and the blahs.

I’ve received a number of comments and questions as to our quilting progress. And, have we given up quilting? No, we have not! Thanks for the concern, but be prepared.

We have five new quilts in progress… Three are already spoken for and we are excited to be working on all five.

Here is a preview. They are all titled at present, but the labels maybe will change.

NCBB – A Bargello wave design.

Mystery Jelly – An adaptation of a Kimberly Einmo design.

She’s Here – An adaptation of a Deirdre Amsden design.

Coral Steps – An adaptation of a Yoshiko Jinzenji design.

DW’s Queen – An original Essbee design.

These are not UFOs. The quilting acronym "UFO" implies an Unfinished Object, quilts that are started but never seem to finish. The above five are all in progress. We only have one UFO at this place. It is a completed Orange Peel Indian Summer quilt top.

Stay-tuned for progress updates. Check out our current available quilts at Quilts SB Etsy. Also scroll down any page in our Quilts SB Blog to our Grid. You will see a portfolio of all our finished quilts and wall hangings. If you have any questions and/or comments please feel free to get in touch with me via email.


Jim and Andy

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