After weeks of starts and stops I finally fished off this past week with three completed projects. My quilter finished the quilting on two of them and I finished up the last one myself.
Pumpkin Cat is finished and picked up by my daughter to submit for a future fundraiser. I had such a great time doing this one I ran out to the quilt stop and bought three more patterns in this line, their Black Friday sale at 50% off help.
The baby/child quilt is finished. I decided to stitch the binding down by machine rather than by hand. I have mastered a really good technique for doing this and for quilts that get washed and dried lots it seems a sturdier way of handling that job.
I really liked the quilting Hollie my quilter did on it. She does a wonderful job. I never choose thread or patterns with her. I just let her go at it and she never fails to do a great job of it.
And the basket quilt is finished as well. I matched the binding with the basket handles.
My daughter's chicken Snowball is in sickbay. Poor little thing was out free roaming on their property and was snatched up by a coyote. My daughter heard her peacocks making a terrible commotion so she ran out and after the coyote and it dropped her and took off. She did get a few good punctures. My daughter works in the medical field so she cleaned up the wounds, disinfected them and treated them with some antibiotic paste they use at the hospital. Hopefully she will recover from the ordeal and possible infection. No more free roaming on the property for the chickens. I guess the coyotes have decided chicken tastes better than ground squirrel.