As I was looking through my fabric to complete this project at lunchtime today I found yet another UFO. It was a quilt top that have all sewn together, basted and ready to quilt. Its only crib size but I thought that by working on this project I would have one less on my list to finish little did I know that it would be a break even proposition. Subtract this quilt off my list when I finish it soon and add the other to the list. It was my goal to not have to buy fabric to finish this project and that won’t be a problem as I found several fabrics in my stash to complete it even batting. No excuses now to not keep working on it.
Friday Night Sew-In
Well I got a later start than I had planned on tonight. We had a to go and pick up cars at our transport lot this evening that just came in from out west. We left right after work but its an hour drive each way plus an hour to load and eat supper. By the time we got home it was nearly ten. I gave my grandson a bath, fed him, and put him to bed. I finally got to work on my project for a couple of hours.
March 22, 2010 at 7:33 am
Lovely quilt – great idea! Do you still see some of those kids, besides Christy? You’ll have to take photos and let them see their handiwork!
March 22, 2010 at 8:19 am
I see a lot of the students around town. Some of them go to our church and a lot of their families to business with us and purchase cars or have them serviced in the shop. I may donate the quilt for an auction they have in the fall as a fundraiser for Dollars for Scholars scholarship fund. I hope that I can stay focused and finish it up with that goal in mind.