Thursday, January 22, 2009

And there's more

I had great plans for today... and I was a rockin' and a rollin' and just getting ready to load a quilt. I had bread baking(gluten free raisin bread), and dinner in the crock-pot, and then I got a phone call. My little bug was running and turned his head and ran smack into a basketball pole. And - poor little dude has a concussion. So instead of quilting, I checked eyes, and breathing, and color. Ugh.

But now is the happy part! I get to show you some wonderful quilts!! And the little dude is all propped up on pillows watching Brother Bear. I love the Moose - they are my favorite.
So this beautiful String quilt came from Canada - from Ann C. She is in my heartstrings group.

My UPS man is certainly building muscles! He brought this HUGE box from Illinois. These 5 quilts are From Elizabeth C. I believe she is part of the Northwest Suburban quilters Guild in IL. It was such a sunny day - we took pictures outside! I love it when the sun shines!!
Hope you enjoy these quilts. And are enjoying the day. Although my little bug's head hurts - I enjoy hanging out with him!


Amy said...

I hope little dude is ok, I always worry when my son goes skateboarding,, not about his head it is hard as heck,, but his limbs.. the quilts are beautiful!!

Lori in South Dakota said...

poor little dude, just trying to keep his eye on the ball!

jovaliquilts said...

Wow, those are some amazing quilts! I love the setting in the quilt with the eagle.

Anonymous said...

Wow! The quilts are gorgeous. I like the eagle one also but my favorite is the string quilt because of the pattern that the blocks form.

swooze said...

How is your young man? He must have been going a million miles an hour to get a concussion. Ouch!! Give him a hug for me please.

Stephanie D. said...

Oh, poor little guy! Give him a gentle kiss for me!

Boy, the quilts are really flowing in now, aren't they?

Quiltin' LibraryLady said...

Oh, wow. That string quilt is made from the blocks I sent in to Sue last June. I always wondered if I'd ever see a picture of it all put together. I just finished a top yesterday but need to get some batting & backing/pillowcase fabric. Then will quilt it & get it sent to you.

Helen in the UK said...

More beautiful quilts!! I'm so pleased and astonished that you have reached 300. Way to go :)