Grace posted the announcement of a block drive to make quilts for the victims. The drive is for this specific block (split 9-patch). One yard of fabric for these seven blocks which I mailed off on Saturday.
In other flinging: I offered the presser feet from my now-deceased Pfaff on two Yahoo sales groups and had a taker within fifteen minutes. (And messages for days afterward, even though I posted a follow up stating that they were spoken for.) I replied to a sales group request for neutral scraps. I emptied the box on the left and much of the box on the right -- 16 yards sold for $48!
Here are my blocks for this month's Block Lotto. It's great to have BL back in 2018.
Here's the repurposed briefcase, one of my OMGs. I'm not 110% wild about it. Technically the workmanship is fine but it's "cuter" than I intended. I want arty / sophisticated. Back to the drawing board -- rather, the cutting table.
I have assembled just over half of On Ringo Lake. I found that in order to orient the sashing correctly it was best to work on one row at a time -- blocks, sashing, blocks, sashing.
I hope to get it to the flimsy stage soon. The holiday break is over and I have meetings and other projects that I need to attend to!
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