And done she got, with some lazy, large meanderings—kinda like me, he-he. Well, depending on the day; I do have my industrious and focused moments.
This colorful nine-patch and snowball quilt came in at 62.5 x 62.5 inches when all was said and done. It will be sent off to Covered in Love, the Tyler, Texas charity that provides comfort quilts to families of patients who have passed away in the hospital. I hope it brings a much-needed quilty hug to a grieving family and a special way of remembering their loved one.
Glad I happened to find the thrifted but never used blue vintage sheet as I was planning this quilt. Sometimes you tuck something away so well, you almost don't find it again, you know? There was enough to cut the snowball blocks as well as just enough for a backing, with the help of a strip from the stash.
Linking to Confessions of a Fabric Addict for the final H2H roundup! Click over and have a look at the generosity and creativity of all the participants this year. You will be amazed!
And while I'm at it, I'm going to join the Can I Get a Whoop Whoop! link as well with this baby quilt I finished recently for my niece Kayla.
Last week her little baby girl arrived, and all are doing well. Happy news!
Oh, and one more thing I've been working on, but just a sneak peak (or two):
I've been trying some Crafted Applique using the technique Lara Buccella details in her new book! It's been fun and I can't wait to tell you more about it soon.
Come back on June 1 when I'll be a stop on the Crafted Applique blog hop, AND you'll have a chance to win a copy of her book! See you then!