SUNDAY - Sew Some Love Sunday
This afternoon, I went over to Knittingsuek's house to help her with the new/old Pfaff sewing machine she bought yesterday. Here we are when she dropped me off then. She was beaming with happiness at finally finding one at a good price:
Today, in maintenance mode, she's ecstatic because the machine is all lubed up and working well. My job is training for proper use:
MONDAY - Mini Monday
And a bit of RED sewing to finish off the month of May...
Angela also posted a PAPER PIECED version of the Exclamation Point, but I did the traditionally pieced block:
As a leader/ender for that, I sewed my 3-D Flying Geese together for my Nature, Baby! quilt:
I also sewed pairs of rows together for my Rainbow, Baby! quilt:
TUESDAY - Tidy Up Tuesday
The new Color of the Month for June is...
Here are the scraps that I have to work with:
Another Hands2Help post went live this evening. My Hometown Hero post was released a couple of weeks ago. The last of my H2H quilts will be in tomorrow's report.
WEDNESDAY - A special edition of Wonderful Wednesday was released today. I had a little help from my friends with a couple of quilts for this year's Comfort Quilt Challenge.
This afternoon, I enjoyed my weekly Zoom meeting with LeeAnna @ Not Afraid of Color:
She was busy tempting me with Ginger Orange Molasses cookies:
THURSDAY - Eleven quilters met for ZoomBEE, but I forgot to take the group shot until after Needleb went back to work:
After lunch, I found a fun scrap of PURPLE to play with. I wonder what this might become in the coming weeks:
A new series of posts began this evening. Check out Community Quilts from The Junction.
FRIDAY - ZoomKNIT met this morning, but I couldn't stay long. I inadvertently took the group photo before Stacy joined the meeting and left before remembering to grab another with her in it:
Sorry about that, Stacy!!
SATURDAY - It's Link Party day for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge! I hope you will join me in visiting Angela @ So Scrappy to see what the RSC Quilters have been up to this week.
Until next time...