It's winter and there's not much happening around the old homestead.
We've been pretty darn low-key and careful since the virus
is still hanging out around the world. Wilson & I have never
stopped wearing masks and are still using anti-bacterial wipes.
?? Will this ever go away??
Over the last month I managed to complete 20 lap quilts
which I dropped off to Chris last week.
Most of those were tops already made from the fabric
Jennifer sent me over the months. It was pretty easy
[and quick] to quilt and bind them.
Now ... I'm working on the next batch to give Chris.
The quilts I'm showing in this post are the beginning
of the new stack for her.
What I'm trying to do now is pull fabric that will
fit an older child and/or teen.
This one is simply stunning. The center flags
are a panel and I just added the top and bottom pieces
to give it more length. Chris will see if she can find
someone to long-arm this and it will be given to a
veteran as a thank you for their service. I have
two more flag panels like this and will do something
different on the top and bottom.
Combining odd and end pieces from other quilts to make this one.
Someone posted the Full Moon chart on Facebook and
I snagged it from there. I didn't realize each month's
moon had a name.