Two socks. Just pieced - not paper pieced which was nice. I don't know why I chose polka dots but there it is. They didn't take long to do at all and measure 10 inches square.
And here is the updated photo of the Champagne Quilters' quilt. This was the beginning of the evening. Marg only had a couple of stitches to put in before...
we took a couple of turns on the frame (on the right.) We're getting there - it's slowly getting smaller.
I'm linking up with The Needle and Thread Network, Esther's blog and What a Hoot!
Because polka dots are so charming, that's why :) These are greatReplyDelete
I'm pretty sure I have more than one pair of polka dot socks in my drawer! Your stars are looking great too.ReplyDelete
Polka dot socks are fun and we all need fun in our lives. The quilt is spectacular. I've forgotten though...is it a charity quilt?ReplyDelete
Love the polka dot socks! The star quilt is looking very nice.ReplyDelete
I love the sox too! Beautiful quilt. I once worked with a group that way, and I miss those days.,ReplyDelete
Dolores, the title, is so fitting, and I can see you'll have lots of super blocks to add. Lovely quilt, the layout and colouring is great, so bright and comforting, blue, one of my favourites. Cheers, Jean.ReplyDelete
Great sock blocks! I love polka dots. The Champagne Quilters' quilt looks fantastic.ReplyDelete
Oh, because no one can really resist polka dots on socks or on skirts!ReplyDelete
Your socks are very cute. Mine are done, too, and I agree, they were very easy. The star placement is super.ReplyDelete
Maybe because polka dots are fun , they are great stockings ! The star quilt is coming along beautifully .ReplyDelete
Love your polka dot socks. I can't resist polka dots either!ReplyDelete
Oh, I envy you your hand stitching friends! The socks are fun, especially the polka-dotted one.ReplyDelete
Love the polka dots. :D The bee quilt brought up pictorial memories I have of seeing my grandmother sitting around a frame set-up like this with other quilters - I would really enjoy such time spent in fellowship! That's a pretty star quilt.ReplyDelete