“P” is for Persistence

This is a follow up to Sunday’s post Putting the “P” in Procrastination.

Instead of “P” being for “Procrastination” and “Panic” –  “P” is now for “Persistence” and “Progress”! All 10 labels are done, thanks everyone for the encouragement. Sunday to Monday (I am off work on Mondays) I was the focused, focused, focused quilt label sewing quilter. 

In case you are curious, and in case you happen to be attending the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, here are the names of the quilts we will have in the show and their measurements (I will take photos at the show and share):

Terry the Quilting Husband (he will be in the Special Exhibit “Made by Men“):

  1. Colorful Modern Squares – 53″ x 59″
  2. Squares Gone Wild – 48″ x 60″
  3. Charming You – 45″ x 61″
  4. Cozy Flannel Shirts – 53″ x 61″
  5. Cozy Flannel Snuggle – 58″ x 67″

Tierney (tierneycreates):

  1. Splendid Splendor – 74″ x 62″
  2. Modern Bedtime – 63″ x 72″
  3.  Scrappy Modern Delight – 53″ x 53″
  4. Cozy Sunflower Log Cabin – 64″ x 80″
  5. Desert Winds – 56″ x 64″

All our quilts were quilted by Betty Anne of Guadalupe Designs.

I will also have one more quilt, “Recycled Door” in a Special Exhibit – “Central Oregon SAQA: Doors Exhibit” which I have mentioned in previous posts.

So we are ready to drop our quilts off at the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show Office on time!

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Bag-o-Quilts ready to roll…


Postscript

Sassy the Highly Opinionated Miniature Schnauzer has been away from her blog for a while, busily managing humans, but her latest update is on her SchnauzerSnips page.

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