Projects This Week

Another busy, creative week has ended.
Monday was a sewing day at the home of my friend, Marilyn. Another sewing friend joined us in the afternoon. I took the Schoolhouse Friendship blocks to finish adding the last row and sashing. I am excited to send it off to the longarm quilter!

On Sunday, my husband and I delivered the t-shirt quilt to the young man graduating from high school this week. We can't attend his party, and we wanted him to have the quilt early. He was amazed and very happy to have it. I made the quilt from start to finish (quilting it on my friend's longarm). My husband was my rooting section and helped with placement of the blocks.  

And between Monday and Sunday, I sewed

          3 of 7 letters for a Row Along blog hop I am part of in September, 2018,

Approved the Cut Loose Press pattern "Cranes Wallhanging" after sewing up another example to make sure the directions were correct. The pattern will be released at Quilt Market in Portland this weekend. This is a teaser photo for now.

Began another quilted item and worked on the directions to submit to Cut Loose Press patterns,
AND. . .
I made my first YouTube video--a tip on how to steady a wobbly thread spool on the sewing machine peg. I definitely have a bit to learn, but one has to begin somewhere!

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