New EQ Project loaded

I loaded another free EQ6 project to the EQ page  – my Yellow Rose of Texas siggy quilt.   I have actually made this one.  I had a total of 10  siggy blocks from our quilt retreat, Romp in Texas Hill Country, and I turned those siggies into star blocks.  The original signature block was a “cracker” block which looks like this
We also swapped a fat quarter of the colored fabric we used in the siggy block along with the block so everyone had extra fabric to incorporate  into their project since there were so few blocks.
So here’s the stars I made out of them.  And of course the yellow rose blocks were the perfect block to commemorate our Texas trip.
My finished wallhanging – a reminder of a great week spent quiting with friends. (Photo is a bit washed out from the sun since the yellows are a bit more vivid in person)
Well I’ve been procrastinating making the HSTS  I need for the next round of this quilt. 
It does have the plain green border added around the outer edge which is not shown in this photo, but I’ve found stuff to do on  the computer, dinner to make, etc., and avoided the HSTs.  I think I may leave them for tomorrow morning.  I also discovered that I don’t have enough 6.5″ blocks for the last round of this quilt to have been going through EQ to find some more designs to add – the last round alone takes 60 6.5″ blocks!  Plus I stopped to do a little work on a project for a friend so I think tomorrow it is for those HSTS.
I ‘ve now watched the same movie at least two times, maybe three — or I shoud say it has played that many times.  I haven’t been paying much attention to it so I may go sit and knit on my socks for a while and see if I can figure out what this movie is all about if I start it over again. 🙂