My Curb Appeal quilt top is well on its way. I have two more row to go. It has been sitting around with just the blocks complete for a couple months now.
I finished the top of my Tilda quilt this past week as well. This has not been a fun quilt to put the rows together. With all those seams pressed this way and that getting everything to line up properly has been a chore. For at least a couple months I only had two more rows to fuss with. I would pick them up then stash them out of site. Given all the time stuck in the house with nothing but time on my hands I finally decided I should tackle it. It is a relief to have it done.
There was a bright spot this past week. I receive my monthly box mailing from Quilty Box. This is such a fun thing to get in the mail each month and now more than ever. Shopping in our area for other than groceries and truly necessary shopping is discouraged. Our governor probably doesn't consider the quilt store a necessity.
Along with the 16 fat eights they supplied a great pattern, thread, and a mini rotary cutter.
Plus these great templates and a book full of patterns and instructions for making something with that wonderful fabric. Now that certainly brightens the day.
Now I know that a number of you are fans of my daughter's chickens. These ladies have been very busy. My daughter is collecting a good dozen eggs and more every day. Lovely brown, pale green, and some almost pink. Husband and I along with all her coworkers and neighbors are glad recipients. She said as long as no one has started slamming the door in her face when she shows up with another carton of eggs all is well. Spring is in the air now so starting her garden is looking good. She can then add tomatoes and squash to the deliveries this summer.