The quilt-in-progress is put together and in the workroom. I like the strips yet to be added that hang on the chair. I wish I'd shaped them a bit better with hairspray before I glued them, but they look okay in person. Did you notice that the quilt hanging by the worktables has a sewing theme? :)
This is the third table in the workroom. The pieces aren't glued in place. I want to show a pile of quilt blocks and some sashing in progress. This fabric has alternating one-inch solid blocks and blocks made of four half inch small blocks. It would be a good candidate except that the colors are so blah. I need to find better fabric for this one.
I did get some new smaller quilts made. The top left and center quilts will be on racks in the show room. The smaller ones below them will go on the walls. The one on the right -- not sure what will happen to that one. It needs to have a border before I decide.
The bulk of the afternoon was spend fiddling with quilt frames for display in the showroom. This prototype is a bit unstable and about an inch and a quarter too tall, but has provided the research I needed to make better ones. There will be two quilts on each frame, back to back. I'm not sure how many frames this room will take so that a) visitors will be able to see both sides of the frames and b) the view of the kitchen/workroom won't be blocked entirely. Did you notice the little clothespins holding up the quilt?