I haven't accomplished a lot of sewing for the month. I have one near finish that I will show when I get done, but my fun quilting this month was receiving the blocks from my bee mates. June was my month to be queen bee and it was great to see exciting mail arrive along with all the adds. The block that I selected for my month was a freebie found HERE. I made out a master plan and mailed it to my beemates. Although I only expected one block from each, every person did TWO blocks! Our Gridster Bee has been an amazing group of gals. My blocks finish at 12" so the quilt went together quickly. This is where I was earlier this week.
July means there is a new queen and these are her blocks. I love all the scrappy goodness.
The beginning of June was for family celebrations. Our children took us out for a day of surprises, end with a lovely dinner for our 50th anniversary.
The same weekend we celebrated the wedding of our eldest granddaughter. This is a phot of our son and his family.
We've also spent many hours at baseball fields and equestrian cross country meets.
There was also Father's Day and a well deserved celebration for the six great fathers in our family.
Finally there was July 4th. We had around 80 people this year for the festivities - lots of great food and laughs. I didn't get many pictures so I hope others have some to share.