Farmer’s Wife Quilt finished

After a year of working on this quilt, it is done!   A group of fellow quilters and I agreed to make 8 blocks per month for a year and show our quilts at our Coastal Quilters meeting in June.   The finished quilts were so different although the same pattern.   There wasn’t on I wouldn’t like to own!!

This year we are making Tula Pink City Sampler and doing 8 blocks per month.  (one overachiever has already finished the blocks!)   I am again using fabrics from my stash and a few I have been unable to resist purchasing!   The blocks are easy to put together and I do like those finished quilts I have seen on social media.

Our Mount Battie Modern Quilt Guild, formed at the beginning of the year, now has about 15 members.   We have decided to have a sewing day each month and are fortunate to be able to hold it at the local Lion’s Club.  First one occurs this coming Friday!

Just finished a small quilt that I made from Dresden Plates found in a linen lot I purchased at auction several years ago.   When I get a picture, I’ll post it.

Time to go water the plants.   The weather went from cool 60’s and rain for the last month  to 80’s+ this month.

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