Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The block for my day. Sometimes, I think, less is more. I like it that way in music, decorating and quilting. I love this little, simple block. I could showcase my Civil War Crossing charm pack. This is going to be a true scrap quilt, but I am trying to use repro fabrics when possible.

I wish I could figure out how to import my block photos into EQ6. I will try again tomorrow when I am fresh. I need to keep track of the blocks finished and put them in a quilt template. I love this program. I have figured out so much already, I want to utilize it to it's fullest potential. Kinda like me!! :)
Another first today, was eating at a new resturant in town. I loved the food. Now to stick to the diet and exercise for the rest of the week to counteract my meal.


LadyLiz said...

What resturant was it?

Vicki said...

El Rancho, it was goooooood,.

SpinningStar said...

I've pulled that book (The Civil War Diary Quilt) off of my shelf and I am looking through it. I have a stash of repro fabric that I need to start working through.

I can see where working on this quilt will be challenging since there are only pictures of the blocks, no instructions. Unless - is there a companion book with more detail?

On the other hand, making your own blocks is good for the learning experience. Ah, math....

take care!