House block #10 is deciduous trees and bushes (not George). They're cute. I took the picture before I realized that I had forgotten one bush, so it's trees minus 1. I enjoyed making them because they were easy for a change. The pine trees are next, and I might be caught up before the next part is available. I'm really excited about the assembly and doing some extra 'enhancing'. This has been a fun project!
This one presented the biggest challenge to me. So many little squares. The smaller roof was difficult, too. I'm liking how the quilt is shaping up and I think I will finish this one and hang it somewhere. I want to embellish the houses but wanted to wait 'til they were all done before deciding how. The deciduous trees and bushes are next. I think I'll add some pink in them.
Graduated from Lake Park H S in Medinah, went to secretarial school, worked a few years, married and had 3 great kids. I have 2 grandsons, 4 grand dogs (Griffons)& 2 grand cats (Maine Coon). When my first 2 children were in grade school I was a professional volunteer, active in PTA, Elmhurst Children’s Theatre & Church stuff. I started a small business while expecting my third and have been working ever since. I'm a fibre artist combining cloth, yarn, and photography. Carolee Creations, Inc. is the corporate name - SewSweet Dolls was the first business. Portrait Pillows, Bags and more . . . is my latest venture, started in ‘98, after my husband died. My daughter and I make custom gift items incorporating photographs - purses, coasters, jewelry, ornaments, quilts, etc. I love going to work every day-my studio is full of fun things! I am in a serious relationship with Bob, a retired Psychology prof, since the beginning of the century. We are involved in activities at First Church and in Elmhurst. When we have time we like to travel. I take sewing classes when I can fit them in, recently learned to weave, and would like to draw and paint again someday.