I have been working away at my latest Quilts of Valor quilt and have gotten all the smaller red blocks pieced and now I'm working on piecing all the smaller blue ones. Here is a glance at how things are progressing.
Small red blocks, check. Next the small blue ones.
Two blocks completed.
I took time Monday to sew 12" blocks together and adding the border on a quilt for our guild that will be going to someone battling cancer. Sad to say, the picture is a poor one. The recipient loves purple so the nine patches are done in purple fabrics and the solid squares are blue/purple.
I added a little more to my redwork block, but need to be doing a lot more before the end of April to reach my monthly goal.
Tonight is the meeting for the Las Vegas Modern Quilt Guild, my first one, so we will be heading down to Vegas and staying the night with family then back home early tomorrow so I can attend my guild meeting here and my next mastery class for my new Bernina tomorrow afternoon.
My Splendid Sampler blocks, EPP and cross-stitch projects have been on hold, but I need to get moving on them before they become serious UFOs.
And for fun, how about making a table topper for the 4th of July? Do you celebrate the holiday with a picnic and watching fireworks? This would be perfect for indoors or outdoors. Thanks to Connie over at Freemotion by the River.