Bob and I spent a couple of days on the Riverwalk in
last week, celebrating my birthday (belated) and our 34th anniversary. We visited with our daughter, ate some wonderful food, explored the old missions, visited a great used book store, spent some time and $ in a quilt shop, cruised along the river after dark, and rode a horse drawn carriage one evening. In short, we had a wonderful time. San Antonio
When we got back, I was relaxed enough to tackle the work needed to correct the mistakes I made on the Civil War Chronicles quilt borders. The corner designs all align properly now and it is finally a flimsy. It is so big that there is no place in our house with enough open floor space for it to be properly photographed.
Thank you to those who posted encouraging comments after my post last week. I appreciated the support for getting past this goof.
Here is my quilt shop purchase from
: a Christmas wall hanging kit and the accompanying book with the design. I recently made a wall hanger for displaying small quilts and would like to make a series of seasonal projects to rotate on it. San Antonio
I’m linking up with Judy Laquidara’s Patchwork Times site where you can enjoy the work of many quilters.