Tuesday, June 15, 2010

You've Got Mail


I participated in the Modify Tradition quilt swap and this came in the mail the other day, all the way from Massachusets, made by Erin. I love it! Soft and crinkly, beautiful colors.

More blocks on the back:
I already have it hanging on the wall in my sewing room.


Leslie got to choose the block for June in Block Swap 2 and chose the disappearing nine-patch. This is on its way to her in Nebraska (fabric: Oz by Senae--the colors are awesome).

My contribution to the Modify Tradition quilt swap 2010 is on its way to...... Oh, wait. I can't divulge that. It's still a surprise.

There is now a label on the back, but I snapped the picture before I sewed the label on. You know: shhhhhhh.

*sigh* I love mail.



    I love mail, too. Especially if it's quilt related. :)

  2. Your quilt received is awesome!

    And oooh, your quilt is beautiful! I love the quilting too. What a lucky partner you have!

    Jennifer :)

  3. These seem to be the best kind of mail! Luke is hanging our quilt tonight. I was in a tough dilema between looking at it and saving it from the smell. After being home I decided our apartment needs some cindy! (and home!)

  4. Love them! Especially that one with the selvages.

  5. Yowzah -- you got a great swap quilt, but then I scrolled down and saw what you made! Love it!!!

  6. Great mail! I LoVe mail too! Happy to have found your blog.

  7. Blog walking from Malaysia...

    I love to see this things, but i don't know it's name.. It's really beautiful!

  8. I love that block with the x, can you tell me what it is called. I am a new quilter and would love to make a quilt from it but am not sure I could fake it on my own. Thanks for the help.


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