Being that it is Saturday, it is time to post on my “purple” work for this week for the RSC14.
That brings the blocks to four now. Being such a large block, the quilt is growing quickly.
I met a high school friend for lunch this week and we started our visit off by meeting at a quilt shop. The shop is incredible and a bit overwhelming with so many bolts of fabric. I really only needed some black and white stripes for bindings, but I saw some fabric that called my name as I walked past. It was in the “food” section – macaroni and cheese. Well…..one of my grandsons is a mac and cheese fanatic so I had to make him a bib with it.
I think he approved of it. High five anyone?????
The blocks for my Goodnight Irene quilt are now finished. I made it a bit larger so it can be used as a lap quilt.
I’ll be linking this to SEWjo Saturday.
I’ve done a wee bit more sewing this week, but can’t show that yet. As well, I’ve had a large order of shirts and hats that have needed to be embroidered. The machines have been kept busy. Using a cheap wine rack is a great way to store stabilizers for the machine embroidery.
The rest of the week has been pretty boring – thank goodness – with semi annual checkups (dental cleaning, dermatology checkup, etc.)