Saturday, 30 June 2018

A Flimsy in Flannel

Sneaked out to take pictures before the severe thunderstorm break. As soon as I stepped outside my hair hugged my neck like an old bathing cap and my clothes clung to me like Jane Fonda's spandex. Gosh!!! I can't deal with humidity. It is so awwwwful. I am definitively not a flower from the Amazon rain forest. But I wanted to share my flimsy with you so much that I prevailed and walked to the cloth line and hung up my finished top.


Ta-da. It's calling for a red inner border and a pieced border. Something different than the first one. But at least, the center is all done. Yay!




Picture of the first one I made, for reference.


I found something that I hadn't share with you before; it's the RSC yellow (don't know which month yellow was, but here it is.) Yes, I know I am kind of behind ... just a touch, lol.

I noticed that the other blocks have a colored center making them Churn Dash block and not the Hole in the Barn Door block as I was calling them. This one is the real McCoy, lol. No, I'm not gonna change it. :^D



As I am taking this picture, the radio says it is now 32 degrees Celsius but feels like 42. Call me crazy but I'm looking at this block longingly.



Okay, that's enough pictures. I can hear the rolling thunder and I am all sweaty already. Better get back inside. Hope the rain brings some respite.

Happy Canada Day to all my Canadian friends.

;^)


Joining Angela at So Scrappy
Joining Cynthia at Quilting is More Fun than Housework on Sunday



13 comments:

  1. Oooh that is such a lovely finish on your quilt; and i love that snowman block--it hit 99 F here today--waaay too hot and tomorrow the humidity comes in here...
    stay cool hugs, Julierose

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  2. oh wow string quilts are the best. I like adding a bit of I spy fun fabrics - very nice:)

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  3. Great use of scraps! I'm longing for winter weather today too!

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  4. I think we all could use a 10-20 degree break from the heat (speaking in fahrenheit now), not to mention the humidity. No showers on our horizon until at least Tuesday, sigh.

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  5. So pleased you made the effort to turn into a sweat box for us. .... Looks great.....

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  6. Il est super beau ! J'ai toujours eu dans l'idée de faire un quilt en flanelle moi aussi.... un jour certainement !
    Gros bisous Chantal

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  7. Beautiful quilt and well worth the trek through humidity to take a picture!

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  8. lovely finish and fun star block
    whew - it's been humid here too!

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  9. Hot and humid here too - storms promised for tomorrow - so know how you feel. Thanks for making the sacrifice and going out to take the picture - your flimsy looks great! xx

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  10. I'm not a fan of humidity either, so I can imagine how you're feeling! Your flimsy is lots of fun and will look wonderful with the borders you're planning!

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  11. Look at all those scraps in your pretty quilt tops. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  12. A bright RED inner border will look great on your newly completed flimsy. Between that and the pieced border, the resulting quilt top will be AWESOME!!

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  13. Red would be perfect for an inner border!
    And I'm already tired of this heat, for sure. We've been in the 95-100 range all week (35-37.77 in celsius) - Aaaaagh!! I don't like winter at all, but I wouldn't mind a bit of snow right now...

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