I finished the borders on my Galaxy quilt. It will be stashed in the closet as soon as I get the backing made. I keep dithering about the type of quilting I'd like to do on it. Who knows what I'll decide. I've got other things to quilt before I get to it. (This photo just happened to be perfectly placed in front of a hutch at Dorothy's house... it wasn't planned at all!)
I did work on a little dress for Natalie. I need to get it done so it can be in the mail in time for her birthday. Just a few things left to do.
Goals got accomplished for this week . . . at least most of them. Here's how I did.
Week of June 29, 2015
Plan border on Trip Around the World quilt
Cut and sew the border on Galaxy√
Quilt the Quatrefoil table runner√ almost done
Finish FCQ EQuilters blocks√
Embroider Faces on dogs√ done, photos coming soon
This week will be limited in sewing time as we are going to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to celebrate our niece's ordination as a Lutheran pastor. Yea for Ann!
Week of July 6, 2015
Plan border on Trip Around the World Quilt
Work on a knitting project
Finish quilting Quatrefoil table runner
Drive to northern Michigan for Anne’s Ordination
Visit some quilt shops along the way
We woke up to a sad sight Saturday morning. This is the huge red bud that is shown in my header picture. We are guessing that the heavy rain and wind we've been getting in the evenings caused it to crack. Well, that and the decayed part! We're sorry to see it go, but it will be coming down. It has been a wonderful mass of blossoms every spring. I'm sorry to see it go.