Well, we have had a beautiful turn to the weather, with nights in the fifties and days in the seventies - it feels like fall! I am so ready for the change of season, and I bet you are too. After all, fall is quilting season!
Let's take a look at last week's list...
1. Keep working on the dinosaur quilt blocks.
I'm happy to say I made some progress here...
2. Check my other fabric sources to see if I can find the commission quilt fabrics in stock anywhere.
Success! I found one piece locally and another at an on-line shop, so once it arrives, I'll have all I need to finish the two commission quilts.
3. Work on organization in the studio (work in the new stuff from my friend.)
I didn't get to this.
4. Cut out another Plaid-ish quilt.
5. Take some recent donations to church and drop them off.
Or this! I should have, as I had to go by there this morning to pick up a couple of ministry quilts, but I forgot to grab the stuff when I went.
So these two quilts went out for the quilt ministry this morning...
This quilt went to a new baby girl...
...and this one to a six year old girl diagnosed for
the second time with cancer.
I also managed to finish the second commission quilt top - it's amazing what a difference the color change makes! The quilts are made by the same pattern but look very different.
And on Saturday, we went to the zoo! It was hard to get a pic of everyone when they were looking - for some reason they are all going through a "don't take my picture" phase - but at least I got one when they weren't aware! It was a beautiful day and we had a great time.
So what am I working on this week?
1. Work on a special secret project.
2. Keep working on the dinosaur blocks - stegosaurus is up next!
3. Make backs for the commission quilts.
4. Baste the two commission quilts.
5. Put the quilt ministry donations in my car so they will be there already when I head that way!
I really need to get out of the coronavirus funk and back on track again, but it does feel nice to go a little bit slower. Any one else having that experience?
And now, the question is - - - what are YOU working on this week?