WOW!! Time just keeps flying and I'm getting a lot done, just not on any ONE project. I'm in the process of working on like 7 different scrap quilts at the moment, TRYING my hand at stash reduction (I've never been very successful in the past..oh MY!) and at the same time, trying to get our guild directory ready to go to the printer's. So hopefully, I'll have a photo to post very soon of one of my completed scrap quilts. But, in the meantime, I brought home 3 quilts from our church bee that need the binding sewn on and figured I'd post a pix of one of those. Two are HOB quilts and you've already seen a lot of those here so decided to post the camo Turning Twenty that will go to the Fisher House. Hopefully the recipient will like it and it will keep him or her warm and let them know how grateful we are to them!
This was a flimsy I had laying around for who knows HOW long (I can't even remember when I made it) and decided to donate it to our church bee. The longarmer quilted it very simply and we decided to donate it through my guild for the women't shelter (it's big enough for a small child). So I wanted to post it here before it went on to it's 'new life'...HA!
I FINALLY finished the binding on the first Fisher House quilt and made up this label for it. Was wondering what others thought. I've got the border on two sides of the 2nd Fisher House quilt so will try and get that finished up today so I can get it to the longarmer next week. My church bee is also making a few quilts for Fisher House and they're coming really cute. There's at least 2-3 Turning Twenty's in camo fabric and will try to post a picture later this week.
Once again, it's been FAR too long since I posted but I've been so busy working on a variety of projects with nothing completed, that I really had nothing to post! So, to prevent any more days from slipping by and no posts, I took a photo of the completed quilt that I'm doing a BOM for through my LQS/home away from home Quilter's Dream! I LIKE it!! And certainly looks easy enough. Sure hope I get this one done done. I have all the BOM's from the past still on hangers in the closet with lots of good intentions. HA NOW, I MUST get upstairs and work on a quilt that's THIS close to being done and I'd like to get it to Julie next week if at all possible.