February 9th, 2008 I posted about how I had started on the quilt below. It was Sweet Land of Liberty by Cheri Saffiote-Payne. I made the first block. I had the physical pattern.
Apparently life got in the way, and it was set aside. I remember loaning this pattern to someone, but I never got it back. Lori from Humble Quilts is working on this as a QAL. This is month 5. I thought I would pull out the pattern yesterday and start trying to to catch up.
What I ended up doing was tearing my sewing room closet apart, and another couple of hiding places to the conclusion I do not have the pattern anymore. I found A BUNCH more UFO's that I had not previously listed in my journal where I keep track. I took some pics of my semi-organized sewing room. I didn't take a pic of the messed up corner though!
Behind those roosters (another UFO) is a double closet shelf that goes to the ceiling that is stuffed with projects.
The brown antique dresser under the counter has 14" drawers, with more UFO's. Right next to that are some plastic drawers with part of my Civil War Reproduction fabs. The plastic drawers off to the right have laces, ribbons and trims for my crazy quilting.
This is a cabinet DH made and I stenciled. This contains my wools, wool projects and homespuns.
This is a cabinet DH made that is on a lazy-Susan type deal that will turn 360 degrees and has pie-shaped drawers. A lot of my notions, thread, and children's fabric are in here.
There is a dry sink with more homespuns and flannels, a fairy doll I made years ago, that still needs to be clothed. I have bookshelves around the whole room.
This is where I sew. Underneath this countertop is bins of red, white and blue fabric, and 3 of those containers are crazy quilt fabrics.
Anyway, I never found what I was looking for the Sweet Land of Liberty Pattern. Guess I will get the measurements on Lori's blog and try to figure it out myself.