Secret quilt top complete

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secret-01How do I blog about my secret project when I’m not supposed to blog about it? For the first time, I’m working behind the scenes on a quilt for a specific exhibition that explicitly says that the work can not be shown on websites, blogs, Facebook, or any other internet, printed material or public display.

Okay, I get it. They want the show to be new and interesting for their viewers, but what do I talk to you about in the meantime? Ideally, I like to blog at least once or twice a week, give or take, but if I’m focusing all my attention on my secret project, what else is there to talk about? I doubt you’d be interested in the 30 lbs of sliced mushrooms that we were given and have spent the last four days dehydrating.

Well, suffice it to say, even though I haven’t told you about it, I’ve been sewing diligently the last two or three weeks (yeah!), and I just finished the quilt top today (double yeah!). Since I can’t show you the quilt top, I’ll hint that it uses some of the fabrics shown above.

7 Responses

  1. Ed Chamness

    I love it already…how far away is the deadline to submit, and when is the show…anticipation…
    –ed

    • Maria

      Actually, the show is a long way off — Like a year away!!! I just had ideas in my mind so I decided to get started on it. This will give me time to maybe make a second one and still quilt them both.

    • Maria

      Will you be at the quilt guild meeting next Tuesday? I think I’ll actually get t o come this time. Maybe I’ll bring it along to show you privately.

  2. Ed Chamness

    Yes…we will be there…would love to get a look at it…
    –ed

  3. LeeAnna Paylor

    quilt national?
    I wondered if your word of the year is working out? I am having some trouble with enjoy around here when my neighbors all spray for mosquitoes and I’m allergic. Ah well, I have been trying to enjoy between the pain! I’m enjoying the porch sitting. How about you girl?
    LeeAnna Paylor
    Not Afraid of Color!

    • Maria

      LOL! I don’t think I’m ready for Quilt National! Maybe a few years from now. Yes, I am focusing on enjoying the process and not worrying about creating masterpieces. So much less pressure, less fear of the unknown, and trying not to care too much if people like what I make or not. I want to have fun quilting. If I can’t have fun, it’s a waste of time, energy, and supplies, right? Also, having a terrific time enjoying little Hazel!!!