This is the only thing I have worked on in weeks. Charity quilts. Four so far. We have had two Sew In Days and I have worked my fingers off doing these babies. There will be one more Sew In next Saturday, that will make three for this Charity project.
On Friday Valerie and I cut out 7 Charity Mystery Quilt kits and 3 Jelly Roll Race kits for the Sew In on Saturday and very few people showed up. I think there must be a problem with some of the people and personalities. A "take my ball and go home" attitude that they think will hurt the show. But, unfortunately for them, the show will go on. I hate those petty problems when it is the guild who is trying to do something for Charity and its members.
This is it. No more for me for this show. I need to concentrate on the things that I will be putting in the show. And I have some obligations I need to fulfill in my Virtual Bees and Solids Challenge.
Here is the latest one from yesterday's Sew In just off the sewing machine at lunch!
Here are some of the officers looking over the fabrics and antique quilts that will hang in the show. The quilts were beautiful. Becky's grandmother and great-aunt made most of them. The work is incredible!
I have several quilts that are currently UFOs that need to be completed for the show. I hate to do bindings, but that is the stage of two of them. And my AAQI quilts need to be sent off.
glen: too much work and too little time, isn't that the story of my life!