I'm making good progress on Butterscotch Baskets.
I made four of each block for a total of 80 Ohio Star blocks. Put all 80 blocks in the finished column.
They I sewed them together with the little red "button" in the middle. I can put all twenty of these in the finished column.
I just need to make five more basket blocks.
Then I'll make a few more pinwheels and start sewing it together.
Then it should look like this! All of the fabrics I'm using are from the Autumn Landscape line by Lynette Jensen for RJR Fabrics. Throw in a few fabrics from Sand and Stone too. This is a large quilt, but the task is much easier when it's broken down into manageable sections. The quilt will be offered as a block of the month through RJR fabrics and local quilt shops. She will make her debut into society while on display in RJR's booth at Spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City in May. How exciting is that!!!
I'm going to put this all aside today while I prepare for my booth at the Manteca Quilters show at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds this weekend, March 5th and 6th. Gail and I hope to see a lot of you local quilters at the show. Come on by to see us and our adorable booth this Saturday or Sunday.