This past week was busy with out-of-town family. Grandkids. Doesn’t get any better. Here is a picture of the 6 younger ones at the cousins last hurrah/good-bye. It was hard to get them all to look at the camera at the same time.
I did do some sewing with 2 of my daughter’s boys and I will be posting more about their projects later in the week. Here they are showing off their creativity with the little snow we had.
After everyone left, I was able to get these donation lap quilts bound:
This came off my long arm.
This was going to go on my long arm until I realized I needed to piece the back. Ugh. I’m still not sure how I’m going to quilt it, but I think an overall is best for this one.
I played with sashing options with this fabric and in the midst of it changed my mind on the pattern I so now I’m headed in a different direction and I plan to use the brown fabric as a background. That is unless I change my mind again.
In the meantime I played with scrap charms and ended up with this.
Tomorrow I trade the busyness of holiday family and all that means for the busyness of work and everyday life.
Getting ready for normal, on the journey, Jackie