This past week my daughter called me to meet a friend with her. Her friend Nancy had a number of boxes filled with fabric that she wanted to donate. Her husband's mother had passed away and left boxes and boxes of fabric. We meet on Thursday and spent some time going through box after box of all sorts of fabrics. Most of them were clothing quality fabrics, but I did manage to get several quilt quality pieces. She was happy to know they would become charity quilts.Most of these are 3 and 4 yards pieces. So lots of fabric to work with.I couldn't wait to get in and start something. I added some scrap strips of white fabric in between these simple 4 squares blocks. Just 5 more rows to add and we have a quilt top done. It did not make even a tiny dent in the the fabrics she gave me. This is going to take a while to get this job done. I have managed to get three rows of Confetti blocks put together. So I am half way through. I love it! Our youngest daughter, yes the one with all the ducks, chickens, and peacocks, also has a Secota Tortoise. Morty was just a baby when we snapped this picture, she now weighs easily 70 pounds. Peanut her Jack Russell seems to be having a bit of an issue about whose dinner this is.