Thanks to a great kindness, the "Big-Girl" quilt has met up with my granddaughter in Colorado. Our Pastor's wife was travelling to California, and offered to take the quilt with her and mail it from there, thus saving all the problems faced with mailing anything larger than a letter from here to the states. I got a facetime call at the time and could enjoy Maile hugging her quilt.
This quilt was finished on the 9th of this month. It is not heavily quilted, as I wanted it to be a bit puffy and thus warm. With thinsulate batting, I don't have to worry about shifting. It has been passed to my friend on Sunday, the 13th when we could meet up in person at church.
Next on my list is the banner for our church's 150th anniversary. I started a while ago sewing the signature blocks together. Those were collected at the 140th anniversary and joined using my vast collection of floral prints.
I separated the large and small signatures into two halves, and have added a blue sky between. Now I am busy adding a garden in the blue area.
So, this will be next on my list.
I hate deadlines, but this is a bit self-imposed.
I hope I can pull it off in a timely fashion. I certainly an still open to suggestions.
Guess I'd better stop dithering, and get to work!