Thursday, October 22, 2015

Seeing Stars...

Yesterday was our usual Wednesday get-together. Mona forgot to bring the girl blocks (LOL!), but luckily we had our supplies for the boy's charity that's what we worked on.

There were five yesterday, but only three of us worked on the charity quilt.  The other two had projects they needed to finish up.  Even so, we now have a total of 10 blocks done (40 quadrants). What fun we had!

A couple of us are meeting tomorrow at Mona's to work on the girl's quilt.  Her hubby is going to be away for a long weekend, so when the cat's away, the mice will play!  After we sew during the day, we are going to the fair in the evening.  It's gonna be a fun, fun day!

On another note, I made this quilt top for our guild's charity in which we supply lap-sized, wheelchair-friendly quilts to veterans.  I had a leftover charm pack (not a full charm pack) of red/white/blue fabrics, so decided to do a quick disappearing 9-patch and then added the white border and some stars to the corners. I hope it gives comfort to someone special. 

Here's to more fun,

1 comment:

The Joyful Quilter said...

The boy's charity quilt is coming along nicely, but I really LOVE that Patriotic wheelchair quilt!! That is going to make someone very happy.