Last week, I stopped at church to prepare my Gnome quilt for finishing as it is this month's UFO goal. While there, I picked up three quilts the children had made for Vacation Bible School for their community service project. I was very excited to have the older children participate and they were too.
Three quilts bound and returned to the church. The quilts are twin-bed sized.
This was a very gratifying project. Once those were finished, I spent time hemming a couple of new trousers for Honey Do and doing laundry. Meals were simple this weekend and with all the time at the sewing machine and hand sewing, I was glad for it.
I spent my Monday sitting behind the machine again. My Gnome for Christmas quilt is finished :) Yay Me !!!
As part of the Stitchery Club, we could sign up for a quarterly swap. I was graced with participation and today received my first swap. I was thrilled, especially since I don't have my Valentine wall hanging completed yet. My swap partner is from Magnolia, Texas. One of the criteria for the swap is to send a post card from your area. My partner made her post card, too.
My mailman didn't stop there. I also was gifted with 9-patches from my friend Dorothy in Elgin, Texas. She was extremely generous. I love all of them, especially the blue and white :)
So I gues I better get busy on my Valentine wall hanging.
Thanks for stopping by,
Wishing you a day filled with creativity.