This has been a busy week. I have been working on finishing up as many charity quilt tops as possible. The end of the charity quilt push is October. I have a goal and sadly I am a bit short of my 12 for the year. So, I am trying to do a bit of catch up.The blue night sky planet fabric was on the free table at my guild meeting earlier this month. Just enough to make a 40 by 40 inch child's quilt with the addition of some scrap fabric in my stash that had little gold stars on the light blue background. Now this is a fast quilt top, but once quilted by the group it will be really cute. This floral cross quilt top helped me clean out that bin of scrap fabrics. I finished the first six blocks of my Alex Anderson on-line project this week. Moving on to the two pineapple blocks this week. This project has kept husband and I very busy for two full days. This is tray one of two we got into the oven this week. My grandson Ben's Bar Mitzvah is the 2nd of October. So our contribution to the luncheon afterwards is Baklava along with some addition cookie baking. We turned out over 140 pieces in the two Baklava trays. That along with a good 10 dozen or so macaroons should at least start putting a dent in the luncheon menu.Zoey got a new treat this week. Looks like a really big bone for such a little 7 pound dog. We got her at just 8 weeks old and she is now almost 7 months. She has plowed through two of these previously in the 5 months we have had her. I will admit thank goodness she loves them so much. Her teething has been limited to these bones and not my furniture.
Your floral cross quilt is just gorgeous! That baklava looks wonderful. I've never made it but love to eat it. Zoey is SO adorable.ReplyDelete
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You are so talented and then I got to the baklava. I ate a bunch of them. Most yummy.ReplyDelete
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Mmm, baklava, I love it and only know of one cafe that makes it. Needless to say, when we travel into the big city I make sure I buy a couple of pieces to take home. You made two huge trays, quite a production line going in your kitchen.ReplyDelete
It's always good to see new ideas for donation quilts, strippy quilts are fun and easy to stitch up, and the floral cross is so sweet
Such cute little quilts, with some scraps used up besides. The baklava looks like quilted squares! I bet it's yummy. Mazel tov to your grandson!ReplyDelete
I love your sweet little child's quilt with the space theme! And the baklava looks yummy. Today is the big day - congratulations to your grandson!ReplyDelete
I spy some Lime GREEN for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Best of luck on Ben's big event today!!ReplyDelete
you're making good progress on your sewing and baking! enjoy your grandson's special day!ReplyDelete
Okay - I am skipping to the yummy part!! Baklava!!! Oh my that looks so awesome!!!ReplyDelete
and your quilts - too cute!!! THey will be loved!!
Loving your sewing projects a lot but drooling over your baklava!!ReplyDelete
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The floral cross quilt is so cute.ReplyDelete
That Baklava tray looks yummy.
Best wishes to your grandson Ben!
That Zoey is so cute! Love your little projects, especially the floral cross. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete
I am in love with your floral cross. What is the bone Zoey loves? Loki's favorite chew toy is my hands. Thank you for linking up to Put your foot down.ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilt top and blocks. Your tray looks yummy ;) I hope you had a great and fun Bar Mitzvah.ReplyDelete
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The floral cross quilt is really pretty and the blue donation quilt will be perfect for a little boy. Hope you've been able to get caught up and meet your goals.ReplyDelete