Sew much has happened since my last post! Thanksgiving came and went . . . .
We are hoping you all had a wonderful, relaxing Thanksgiving! This year, Diane went to New York to spend the day with her adult children and grandchildren and for the first time ever, my hubby and I were alone with our youngest (who is an adult and still lives at home). The day for me was wonderful as I was able to SEW, SEW, SEW!!!!! YAY!
I finished up a small baby quilt for grandbaby #23 who arrived on November 5th. Then I made her a Christmas stocking and embroidered her name on a stuffed Teddy Bear. I spent much time cleaning up my very messy sewing room and preparing for the Christmas Sewing Marathon I put myself in every year. This year I am making 14 (yes, FOURTEEN) Fetch your Sketch (s). This is a ByAnnies pattern and I will post photos as I go along.
BUT. . . to continue with the story of our sister time in Vermont, here are pictures of a quilt that I was unable to finish prior to making my trip. I brought some squares completed, had to complete the rest, and put it all together. Then, wanting to waste no time, we put it on Little Miss Lovey (our Longarm) and quilted it. This quilt is made from a fat quarter bundle of Sweater Weather fabric.