April,11th. Fire Island Hosta Queen quilt top is finished

I am really tickled with the way it turned out! Now I need to start thinking how I’m going to hand quilt it. It is a large quilt 100″ by 100″. So it will take me awhile to do this one.

Sorry about the work truck in the way of the quilt, but hubby is at some business meetings and I was trying to do this by myself. I’ll have him help me take some better ones later. But at least you can get a peek.😊

  

Now I need to go back to the scrappy nosegay top, I have only 5 more to go. Here’s a few blocks laid out.

  

I’ve been working in the flowerbeds ,weeds have a way of growing way to fast.Wow, I found out that I have some muscles that didn’t like being used again! 

  

 Crabapple tree 

Iris with weeds,:(  

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The little lizards are back. With temperatures in the upper 80’s.all little critters are showing themselves. 

The only thing with the temps being so warm the azaleas are not going to make a splash like they do some years.

 

 My daughter,who is a fan of this little fella, sent this to me. πŸ˜„

Have a lovely day! Deb 

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9 thoughts on “April,11th. Fire Island Hosta Queen quilt top is finished

    1. Deb Post author

      It will probably take me two years to get it done! πŸ™‚ I’m not good at machine quilting on something of that size, and I love to hand quilt even if it takes awhile.

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  1. KerryCan

    You’re so productive!! That quilt top is spectacular and I’m glad it’s going to be hand quilted–it deserves it! It’s nice to see the flower photos since we are nowhere near that stage–and the teeny green lizard made me smile. It’s all good!

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    1. Deb Post author

      Thanks ,Kerry! I like these little lizards ,they are fun to watch. They also eat those flies and mosquitoes which are a pain. I’m having a hard time deciding what designs should be used to enhance the quilt,that sometimes can be a stuff call!

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