Not much time was spent in the sewing room last week. We did a mini vacation/road trip to Neah Bay, Washington so Ernie could go out salmon fishing. Not the best catching trip he's been on but he sure has a good time fishing. I spent some of my time stitching this partial rosette for Millefiore. (And knitting and reading and movie watching.)
I had to stop at the last 2 hexies on the left when I discovered my dark blue fabric
was too skimpy so I finished it at home.
This little one was fun to sit down and get finished last night.
Rosette 12b is the TaaDah!
The final rosette to do.
I started with the greens, then found the butterflies
so my selections will probably change once I get back to it.
When this one is finished,
I'll have 5 partial rosettes to sew to the Mother Ship and
then start the fill ins for the border
as soon as I figure out what fabric to use for that!
The sewing machine is starting to feel lonely.
I have some serious plans for her this week.
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Oh Judy L, that quilt top is fabulous!!!