I've finished a couple of items lately. Two are upcoming baby gifts, so I can't show them. I also put the final stitches in my guild's block of the month project for 2016-17.
It finished at 76 x 92 inches, and I called it
"Use It or Lose It!"
I love making scrappy quilts, and years ago my DH said that to me about my huge bins of scraps. I spent 2 summers pressing and cutting all the scraps into usable sizes, and have made many scrap quilts since!
I spent the afternoon today, filling out my entry forms, artist statements and labeling pictures to be sent to Quilts Kingston - the quilt show in Kingston ON, sponsored by the Limestone Quilters Guild, and the Kingston Heirloom Quilters June 8, 9, 10.
I've been spending my evenings hand stitching some small thread catchers for the boutique, and I've also begun quilting my second large winter quilt project.
Last week, my southern quilting group, along with some non-sewing neighbour volunteers used our Wednesday quilting time to make pillowcases for Cases for Smiles. In four hours, we made 360 bright, colourful pillowcases for kids in local hospitals!