Last month I made a quilt and donated to Mercy Hosp Benefit Ball. Mercy holds a Benefit Ball each year and hold a silent auction for items donated.
The pattern I used was "Turning Twenty" and I stitched each individual piece separately in each block, did not use a running stitch. The pictures don't really do it justice on how beautiful it turned out.
I have found out when you are in a business, you get many requests for donations. I cant possibly honor all of these requests, but I have done a few donations for a good cause and people I know personally.
Not sure if I will be sewing again today. Still have a few aches and pains that I am dealing with this morning. But if I do, I will certainly post what I do.
It's such a gloomy rain day today, I might just sort through some materials and maybe plan my next project. I'm hoping I will be able to actually do some quilting on the Tin Lizzie by next week. We will just have to see how I am feeling by then.
I have so many stitch patterns running through my head, can't hardly wait to get back to my quilting machine. It has been almost a month since I did my last quilt, it's like going through a with drawl.
Even though it is a gloomy day, I wish you a good day and keep on quilting