I finished reupholstering the love seat last week, I just placed it in the dining room temporarily until I finish the rocking chair and get rid of the old furniture. I am very pleased with it. I have about 2 yards of the linen fabric left, probably not enough to do the rocking chair, so I went to purchase more, and of course they are all out of it! Hopefully there will be a new shipment next week. If not. natol custodia iphone x . . oh well, I’ll think of something else! I was at a quilting retreat in Temecula over the weekend and put this quilt together using seven shirts. Actually, the green fabric was a pair of shorts, but the inspiration came from something I saw on Pinterest. Here is the link to a great site: http://thethriftyquilter.blogspot.com/2009/06/seven-shirts-seven-steps-one-thrifty.html I like the instructions for this quilt. They are very thorough and easy to follow. Here’s the back of the quilt. It was supposed to be out of the backs of the seven shirts, but I had some short sleeved shirts and some not quite full shirts, so I ran short and added my own homespun to the sides. The charming part of this quilt is that the labels and pockets are part of the quilt and just fall into place as they may. I have another box of flannel shirts that I think may have to get processed into one of these oh so cozy quilts! Now, really switching gears, I made this quilt from fabric donated to me by my friend Michele. She knows I can’t let anything go to waste. custodia iphone 8 corazzata I’m not a huge fan of brights, so I did this simple little child’s quilt for her granddaughters. It’s a great pattern, it looks complicated but is easy as pie to do. It also lends itself to some odd sized blocks which allowed me to get the very most I could out of the fabric I had.