Veteran Sew in for July

This month will have a lot of pictures because Grace and Noah came to make quilts as well and I partial for my grand-kids so of course I am going to show them off. Don’t fear, I did take pictures of the adults, most however would prefer that I didn’t. 🙂

Taking care of the important things before sewing:2-DSCN7515Getting down to business.
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Whoops, darn that wandering needle!3-DSCN7524Noah started a veteran quilt a couple of months ago so he had a head start on his blocks and was able to play with them on the design wall after he finished piecing his pairs together.

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He is not afraid of pins, can you tell?4-DSCN7532

Ann finished quilting and was able to get ready to bind for our next sew-in. 5-DSCN7546Bonnie, Linda and Mary are steadily working away at strip piecing. 8-DSCN75417-DSCN75236-DSCN7539

My chairs are on wheels and one ironing board has been lowered so all you have to do is wheel around and iron from your chair!

It was a great night and I thank you all.

Grateful on the journey, Jackie

 

  • Bonnie Terrey

    Just think if Jackie’s grand Bkids keep an interest sewing or quilting, how good they’ll be by the time they’re 20!