Pin basting prep
On your mark get ready, GO
The quilt center
And more quilting, there was a lot
Then the borders with snake trails
Finally the binding
I had the perfect place for pictures of my completed Meadow Mystery quilt. For some reason I love this abandoned construction site a few miles from where we live.
The minor part of my one monthly goal was to get some redwork blocks done. I only got one done due to fighting allergies/cold for three weeks and then this happened when I washed out the Transfer-Eze. I have never had DMC floss bleed before. Any suggestions on getting the bleed out would be greatly appreciated.
The first of March was my local quilt guilds spring retreat about 50 miles from our small town. It was a fun retreat except the day we arrived (Sunday) there were high winds and lots and lots of dust blowing around. By Tuesday several of us were very snuffy with runny noses and Wednesday morning my husband and I headed home, a day earlier than planned. The hotel/casino where our retreat is held also has an RV park so we always take our small 5th wheel over for some relaxation and to get away for a few days. The allergies/cold has hung on way too long.
My view during our retreat
I made microwave bowl cozies
Many of us made triangle zipper pouches that will
be given to new members with 10 binding
clips inside. I made a total of three
I made two blocks for my Stash Bee March Queen
Last, but not least is my March mug rug from Jen over at Patterns by Jen.
That about wraps up my March. During retreat I also worked a little on what I hope will be part of my April One Monthly Goal so be sure to stay tuned to see what that will be. Here's hoping you'll join in all the One Monthly Goal fun hosted by Elm Street Quilts.