Sunday, July 22, 2018

F is for Frog

 I put the frog quilt onto the frame 
and took it right back off to add a narrow blue border all around!
Back on the frame it is being quilted in a dragonfly panto.

Did you notice the background?!
I need to cut out and get some fabric on the design wall...
I'm pretty empty mentally, too.  Blank breeds blank.
 I did finish the front and back of the summer tank in olive cotton .
The fourth try gave stellar results on the knitting machine!
I slogged through some seaming. 
 I hope to get some more done when I am not seeing double too late at night!


  1. So much busy-ness! And so much beauty!

  2. Nice “add” on the frog quilt — I like how the framing effect visually calms all of those frog fingers! :) The tank is very pretty!

  3. The top looks nice. That's going to make a nice summer sweater.

  4. 4 tries take time - but once you have a good pattern down, you'll be much faster with knitting them! and I am looking forward to the frog quilt - I am sure it'll look great! maybe you just need a break on the patchwork front to get new ideas going?

  5. I love the frogs !!! WE have them all over the place here and toads. I bet the blue border will be lovely

  6. The top looks amazing...both tops, the frog and the tank!


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