Well, yesterday was a day to generate red and white scraps. I went to a sew-in for the guild's raffle quilt. It was an opportunity for people that were having trouble paper piecing the block to come in and get any help they needed. The whole committee was there. But, not a lot of other folks showed up. That was okay by me. I'm choosing to believe that means most folks are not having trouble.
Which might be delusional. We'll know in a couple weeks.
But, I focused on my part, 44 4" Lemoyne stars.
Twenty-four down and one more that is almost finished. Here is a picture of some of the progress on the quilt.
I think it's going to be lovely. Lots of work. Lots of volunteer hours. But, a lovely quilt.
Hope it makes a whole bunch of money.
I spent 7 hours there yesterday. It was a real microcosm of life; happiness, tragedy, congratulation, commiseration, accomplishment, frustration... I guess that's what happens when you put a half dozen people in a room and just let them go.
It was nice doing what I love with a group. I don't sew as part of a group nearly often enough.
Everybody have a great Monday. They are still trying to literally work my butt off. I wish they'd try working my gut off instead.