The bright little log cabins have become a top, with the addition of five Oklahoma Boomer blocks–the reject boomerette on the wall may become the label–and a pieced border of triangles and strips.
The Arrow block is one of last month's blocks for the Block Lotto; the appliquéd flower blocks are for this month. In the upper left corner are some small finished items including some pins and badges and my finished project from Jennifer Day's workshop at AQS. It's something else that I finished a while ago but haven't (yet) shared on this blog. Here's a closer look.
It is based on an image of Jennifer's Barn Cat, Killer. Now that my computer is back, I can start finding an image of my own to use for this technique. You can see a quilt that Jennifer Day made using another image of Killer (along with her son, Carson) in my photos from the Northern New Mexico Quilt Guild show last fall here.
Did you notice that envelope pinned to the wall in the upper right corner? That's the first round of the Cotton Robin, my round added and ready to be mailed on to the next quilter a little later this month.