I did get the Quilts for Kids quilt washed.
I did get the binding machine and hand sewn down on the Irish Chain quilt. It needs a wash before I show it as it still has the markings all over it.
I did get half of the little border on the old little girl and her dog quilt.
But 1800's quilt? Not a stitch. It didn't even come out of its basket.
Here's the Quilts for Kids kit quilt on the front porch. I don't really like my quilts this wrinkled looking unless they are old fashion quilts. My guess is this fabric was not prewashed hence the super wrinkles. I know the Warm & White batting was. Quilted with So Fine, Fleurs panto, Warm & White batting.
Today I will work FIRST on the 1800's quilt and then sew these rows together. And, I'll keep pluggin' away on the little girl & her dog quilt. There is no way I can get it big enough for a baby quilt without doing a lot more and I am so not interested in that.
Jenny posted a new picture of Sophia on Facebook. (I stole it from there.) I am looking forward to visiting them next week for a few days. Watch out Sophia, Grammie is coming with her camera. You'll be a super star!
Weather reports that the 90's are going to give way to 80's with lows in the 50's this week. YEA! I am very tired of this hot weather. I imagine we'll still have some super hot days but for the most part its over.
On to a little laundry and a bunch of sewing.
Happy Quilting All!