Here's the details of my "Go Box." I have several plastic Artbin boxes I purchased from JoAnn Stores when they were half price. I keep current projects in the boxes so that I can just grab and work on a particular project. Currently, Bonnie Hunter's mystery, Easy Street, from a couple of years ago is in 2 of the boxes. One has all the pieces I've made, up to clue 7. The other has the leftover fabrics. I decided just to take the units box and see what I could do with it. Hum, not as much as I thought. I was able to piece one section of a finished block. I had also put in a few other small projects which I did first. I'm happy to report I have 10 lottery blocks done for the October retreat.
Here's part of one block. I like that gray with it. Except that's the ironing board. Not to worry, the next pieces are black and white units and somewhere in this quilt there is some gray. These colors really have a lot of zing! If I finish this quilt before November I might start the new mystery that Bonnie Hunter starts every Thanksgiving. We'll see.
Ellie was a lot of fun to be with although, I did take her to day care. She wore me out! I wish I had half her energy. Here she is being her cute self!
And now the vacationing men ....
This is the fish dinner we enjoyed.... Pat and I shared this one little fish with fresh homegrown tomatoes and a roll. (It was very tasty but I was still hungry after eating it!) We have quite a few more fish to enjoy. I've never had such fresh fish.
Happy Quilting All!