Yesterday morning, I snuck over to the neighbors and took a few pics of their Argentine Giant cactus as it was blooming.
My goals for the next three months: April, May, and June, include several from the first quarter. I did get a couple of projects finished that were listed on the first quarter: the table topper (which was featured on the SewCanShe blog last week) and the wall hanging for the Put a Little Heart in Your Quilt Blog Hop.
Over the next two months, new quilt bloggers will be showcasing their work and their blogs. Join this group this week.
There’s a couple of bloggers offering binding tips today for the Sew Much Fun Blog hosted by Faith & Fabric.
I didn’t have to travel far to attend our village’s jam session two Friday’s ago. I couldn’t help but smile when I saw a young couple who had come to visit an older friend. It’s rare to find young people in our 55+ village and they looked so cute and happy together.
I woke up early this morning. After this busy week of visiting 6 sewing/quilting rooms, many committee meetings, a full-day of sewing with my quilting group, a quilting group meeting, and fabric shopping at an incognito shop; that is a feat in itself!
It’s time to quilt, bind, and mail this cute little elephant quilt this month.
I didn’t have to travel far to find this beauty.
The elephant quilt top that is. “She Has Her Mommy’s Nose” is now ready to be sandwiched, quilted, and sealed with a pretty binding.