This daylily is called Pirate's Patch (at least that's what the tag next to it says). Hopefully, my Mom can verify that from this picture. I can see why it would be called that so I hope that's the name.
I don't know the name of the next one. The tag had a sticker that has peeled off. Again, hoping Mom can id it.
And, this is a picture of one I've shown before. It is a Louisiana Green.
On the quilting front, I'm well into the border of the Fancy Quilting sampler. There should be a new pic of it soon. If I get a little stretch of time to just sit and quilt this weekend, I should be able to power through the rest. Then, it's just binding, washing and blocking. I'm ready to be through with that and work on something else.
Hmmm, something else...Becky? You ready?
Indian Orange Peel (you have to say it in a fast whisper, like "Jazz hands")
I found the box it was in, under a chair and have been looking at it, but not spreading it out. But, I think I'm in the mood to work on this long term WIP. I got some of the curves sewn onto the block centers last fall and then I lost my steam and started a Cmas quilt. And, just like I knew would happen, outta sight, outta mind. There's still a lot of work to do. Once the blocks are all assembled, then, I can piece the border sections together and assemble it all into a top. And, then I "get to", or more appropriately "have to" pull all the paper off the back. Not really looking forward to that part. Then, there's the quilting and I am looking forward to that part, especially after my recent success at FMQ.
Oh, well. No way to know how much work it will be until I've done it. And, no way to do it until I start it. "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" says Confucious.
Take care and have a great Thursday. Lane