To acknowledge Pi day I am posting all of my completed circles in my NY Beauty project.
These are the new pieces added this week. Slowly, but surely, I am getting this UFO finished. Why did I wait so long? Once I finish all of the blocks I will arrange a layout.
My sister from Alaska (IG alaskanquilter) has been in town this week and we have shared some fabulous quilting hours together. She brought some of her completed tops down to quilt. First up was a top that her daughter made. She is a brand new quilter and this is her first quilt top made in a class she took. Isn't it lovely?
Lastly, she brought along her En Provence mystery quilt. It was fun to compare hers with mine before she got it quilted. This turned out beautifully. I need to get mine quilted next.
We celebrated her birthday with a trip to one of our favorite quilt shops. She was able to take advantage of their 30% off birthday discount so significant stash building was accomplished.
This was the birthday postcard that I made for her this year. The cactus are in bloom in the desert so thought this fit the season.
Our days have been glorious with temps in the 80s for the last week. It has felt fabulous - especially with the longer daylight hours. Spring is definitely here with the migrating birds back and the tortoises out of hibernation. I'm ready for it.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all. Corned beef with cabbage?????
Linking up this week with Val's Quilting, Freemotion By The River, Midweek Makers and Quilts My Way.