Here is my version of Frolic--the Bonnie Hunter Mystery.
|Frolic 88" x 88"|
|Frolic (detail)--I wanted to add Kermit the Frog because of a funny segment on Sesame Street that ended, "Everybody Frolic!"|
|Frolic (detail)--What's a busy scrap quilt without a Waldo to Find?|
|Frolic (border and backing detail)--Excuse the chalk lines; they will wash out.|
|Frolic (detail)--Cats, elephants, funny faces, and the Eiffel Tower|
|Frolic (detail)--Mary Poppins, more funny faces, and gooseneck desk lamps--there is a fabric for everything!|
Next is a quilt made from some scraps from a friend. It is a Churn Dash/Greek Cross combination. I did this combo before (though not on-point)--you can see it HERE.
|Dash/Cross 80" x 80"|
|Dash/Cross (border and binding detail)|
|Dash/Cross (block detail)|
Finally, I have a couple of random pictures. First, some petunias.
|These are red and yellow-gold, a combination I hadn't seen before. The yellow/gold shows up best when it is cloudy; the sun seems to change it to a whiter shade.|
Second, a puzzle I finally finished--1000 pieces, and the words are tiny!
I've got several more quilts in progress; I'll share them when finished. Happy quilting!