Sunday, September 21, 2008


I was finishing up the mystery quilt from camp and all of a sudden I noticed I had no heat in my iron. After replugging it and shaking it, I came to the conclusion that this is where it needed to be.

A quick trip to Wal Mart settled this problem and I was back in business. With the new iron I was able to complete the mystery.

I am donating this piece to the Women's group at church to be put in a raffle for next year. All proceeds will go to our mission fund. Of course, I have to get it quilted first. Will probably take it to a lady here locally and give her until next summer to get it done. It was a fun mystery with a lot of little HS triangles. The really fun part was making that border come out right with the two colors.

Now on to finishing Old Tobacco Road. However, I have a lot of things to finish for the church bazaar first, of which I am chairman of the Women's booth (can't figure out how I got that job). Plus, we are having a "Homecoming" at Church in a few weeks and expecting about 600 people with a catered lunch after services on Sunday. The rest of this story is another lady and I are in charge of making the table decorations for this event (once again I don't know how I got that job). As soon as all this is accomplished, it will be time for Christmas....Woe is me!!!


dot said...

That is a nice quilt. I love that style of iron. It is like the work horse of irons. They do tend to wear out after awhile though.

Vicki W said...

Your mystery quilt turned out great!

Carol said...

I love the colors in your mystery quilt, so springy! Are you sure there isn't a little sign over your head reading "pick me!" :D

Laura said...

It is stunning Jan! The border really finishes it off.

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh Jan! It turned out beautiful!

belinda said...

there..there Jan.......don't cry for crumbs or be a "crumby" crier.

yea i know...i better be might want to hurt me.

your quilt looks great....but your iron doesn't!