The workshop instructions were to bring 15 fat quarters with light/medium/dark. I chose purples. Here's what I got done.
Mary will be the speaker at the guild meeting on Wednesday.
|Scraps . . .|
Here is the fabric haul! Fred (whom we had never met prior to Saturday) is cleaning out the storage locker where he has kept stuff from his family -- mother and aunts, and from the looks of it, his own stuff. His mother was a tailor, knitter, crafter. There were two vintage sewing machines--a New Home treadle in a repainted cabinet and a Singer 99 (he provided that info later)--and two 1960's/70's Montgomery Ward models (which means they are all-metal, made in Japan). We filled my car with fabric and I will go back this week for what's left. The photo shows the fabric in my garage. I will be sorting this week.
And the commission? Cindy, for whom I made all the pillowcases last summer, asked me to make two more pillowcases and a dog bed cover. (Actually, a pillowcase for the dog bed.) She brought the fabric to me a couple of weeks ago. She also commissioned an I Spy baby quilt. I had units on hand for my default I Spy pattern ( here and here ). I made more.
I'm linking up at Judy's Patchwork Times and Beth's Love Laugh Quilt Have a good Monday and a great week, everyone!