Because life is life, I didn’t get to sew as much as I hoped for either the Friday Night Sew In (FNSI) or National Quilting Day.
At first, probably because, again, life is life, I couldn’t even settle in. I cleaned. I sorted. I moved fabric around.
Finally, I decided to choose backs for a few charity baby quilt tops recently finished.
Then I worked for a while on a new baby quilt project, also for charity.
And that was about it.
But, any sewing is better than no sewing, and my room is in better shape.
These two little quilts were made by a different member of Sparkle Jane’s (Daughter) charity sewing group.
But, we did the binding, using our scrappy binding bundles.
Quick and easy, and pretty good looking.
Sparkle Jane (Daughter) has started a scrappy sewing group that meets at her shop once a month and makes items for donation.
The favorite project these days is the Welcome Home blocks (tutorial coming sometime soon) that are assembled to make large couch or twin sized quilts (60″ x 80″).
Sparkle Jane herself did the assembly work on my “new” Featherweight. It sews straight and true.
And in the end we had one completed top and only 6 blocks short of second. YAY! Next day scheduled for November 21.