Friday, January 16, 2015

Friday Finishes & Super Husband

This morning I received the nicest surprise.  Just before my husband left for work, he said, "now you can just go up and take your shower".  I said, "no I have to go do the horse chores first and then come home to shower".  He said, "you missed all the hints this morning, I have already done the horse chores, the dishes, and started a load of laundry.  Go get ready for your sew day and have fun".  Wow!  He snuck out of bed at 5:30 a.m. and surprised me.  What a treat!  I have a Super Husband!
I am so excited four quilts are off my waiting list.  All four quilts are bound for the St. Jude's Auction planned for the first weekend in March.  This will support our St. Jude's affiliate in Peoria, Illinois.  The first quilt shown is the Polka Dot baby quilt by Stephanie O'Laughlin.
Second, is the Whale of a quilt by Kelly Lynn. The three quilts shown below are the Yellow Brick Road Pattern. It is quilted with purple thread and curly waves.
Third, is the Black Beauty by Kelly Lynn.  This is quilted with black thread and Drop of Paisley design.
The fourth quilt was finished in October just before our remodel project shut down my quilting. It was made by Stephanie O'Laughlin.
Congratulations, Stephanie and Kelly, on your beautiful quilts.

I had a nice surprise as I linked up with other blogs today.  I am featured at Link a Finish Friday with Richard and Tanya.  Stop by and tell them thank for featuring the orange polka dot quilt made by Stephanie.
Yours in quilting,


  1. You DO have a super husband! All the quilts are beautiful and beautifully quilted.

    1. Thank you for your kind words. My husband is a keeper and I am very blessed to be married to my best friend. He supports my quilting 100% and will even tell me to go fabric if I find something I like.

  2. How nice was that! Gotta love a good honey! Glad you enjoyed your sew day!

    1. Thanks, Andee! He's the best honey for me.

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    1. Thanks, Brenda, for stopping by and leaving me a comment. Hope all is well in your new home.