Stop and remember those who have sacrificed so much for our freedom.
It's a rainy, dreary day here today...
Not a good day for a picnic.
I guess I'll have to do a little quilting instead.
The other day I finished sewing the top of the latest baby quilt together.
The edges need to be trimmed and then it will be ready for quilting.
When I posted photos of this the other day,
people commented on how "beachy" it looks.
I have to agree.
It reminds me of sea glass.
This one will be for a new Great Nephew who will be born in August.
It's hard for me to find fabrics I like for boy quilts,
but this one fits the bill!
For the past couple of months
I've been working on getting my Piles
of started projects finished.
It's gone pretty well and I have just a couple left to finish.
Now, I'm going to begin working on kits and quilts
for which I have purchased fabric but not yet started.
This is a kit I ordered last year,
made with Anna Maria Horner fabrics.
I cut and cut and sewed and sewed
and began trimming HST's over the weekend.
The kit description said this is a "Weekend" project.
I guess the question is... how many weekends?
I am a fast quilter and there is no way I could make this in a weekend.
It isn't a race, though, and it will be done in it's time.
Today I'm linking to Design Wall Monday at