It turned out to be a week of quilts! I didn't go to my P.E.O. chapter meeting on Monday because I gave my quilt history program ("Every Quilt Tells a Story") for another chapter. I only knew one of the members (she's also in AAUW) but, as always with P.E.O., I was warmly welcomed. (I am reimbursed for mileage. In lieu of an honorarium I ask the chapter to make a donation to the Lulu Corkhill Williams Friendship Fund which provides emergency assistance grants.)
The Northern Lake County Quilters Guild meeting was Wednesday. We had a members' rummage sale. Anyone could purchase a table for $20 to sell quilt-related items. I made $69 -- less the $20 for the table, that's $49 -- and busted 30 yards of fabric! I was too busy at my table to take photos or to buy anyone else's fabric.
On Friday evening Karleigh came to pick up her t-shirt quilt (see previous post). She loves it. Yay!
I decided against using blue-with-snowflakes as the back because the winner might want to use the quilt year-round. I chose a faux-batik print (another long-term resident of my stash).
The back and binding used 3 yards.
(3 yds + 7 yds (t-shirt quilt) + 30 yds (rummage sale) = 40 yards busted this week.)
And, one last accomplishment: here's my Rainbow Scrap Challenge block.
The Monday line of linkups:
Main Crush Monday
Design Wall Monday