Just about the time I figured I could start working on something besides the quilt for our re-retiring Pastor, a whole bunch of additional projects made their way into my queue.
I guess it's good to be busy!
Our church guild had its annual full work day last weekend. I'm happy to report that a good time was had by all, including Miss A, who accompanied me again this year. She spent a lot of time helping me organize the day and setting up. She managed the quilt bingo process and handed out prizes. She's a good worker when she wants to be!
I managed to sew one block that day. Oh, and it was started last year, I just finished it up!
However, I did help pin baste the Pastor Mike car quilt so we could send it home with Suzi the quilt expert. I'm happy to say that we have had our call answered, and our new pastor starts on June 1. Thank God for blessing received!
|Front... the bottom panel is repeated across |
the top and a small black border finished it up.
|The back side panel consist of this between two panels|
of a print with small green, red and blue sports cars.
The following day was the Mukwonago quilt show, day two. That was a lovely show, fine things were to be seen there. The theme was 1930s for their 30th year. I like 30s fabric but I'm not in love with it, so it seemed that many of the quilts were so similar that they kind of mushed together.
|Thirties prints... we all have them.|
Not that they aren't lovely, but after a while they all seemed to look the same.
This week has been a rush to get my sewing room put back together because I went to buy thread at a local sewing store and came home with a floor model Koala cabinet! Yes, DH said "expensive thread"...
|The base of the cabinet, without the doors.|
He complained a lot, mostly because he had to put it together after he took it apart to put it in the basement.
It's now installed, and while one half of the room is neat and tidy with a new cabinet in it, the other half looks like a hand grenade went off in it!
Maybe next year.