Good friends in a time of need indeed cure many things indeed!
That trip I’ve been talking about? It finally happened! There will be lots of photos and updates now that the proverbial cat is out of the bag.
Oh, and the fourth glass on the right is orange juice, just in case you were concerned. 😉
As you can probably see, I’m feeling much better today! I was sick most of the week and just started feeling like myself again yesterday. ♥
Several people have asked for the size of the tote I used for the 2/12″ strips. It’s currently packed for my sewing adventure, so I will try to get that to you next week. I can tell you it’s a Sterlite container and it’s 9″ wide on the inside. That’s how wide I folded the strips. 😉
I neglected to mention that I will not be at Quilt Festival in Houston this year. I do plan to be at QuiltCon in Austin in February!
I did it! I actually got caught up on the Project Linus 2019 Mystery Quit and completed the layout of the top. This was a fun one. I made several blocks I’d never made before and used up a decent amount of my batik stash, at least until my awesome BFF Jennifer decided to replenish my stash with a bulging box of fabrics from her own stash. Now I just need to find another project for my NEW batiks, thanks for sharing, these fabrics are gorgeous!
The great granny square afghan is done and turned in. I joined all the squares with slip stitch on the back, and then joined all the rows the same way. It made a pretty good size blanket. About 47″x53″. Now I’m just working on finishing up the previous two weeks of the Project Linus Mystery quilt so I can get it put together as soon as they release the layout this Saturday! Plus another crochet blanket is in progress, thanks to a tutorial by Bella Coco on youtube. You can find her tutorials on her website … See you next week!