My Warm Wrappings group is back to meeting again after 18 months of Covid lock downs. This group is part of my quilt guild and we make charity quilts for 5 different local agencies. I have a goal each year to make 12 quilt tops with a prepared binding. I do these out of my own stash. Other members of the group quilt them and every October we hand out the quilts to the agencies. Last year we handed out 302.So I am back at it again. This 36 inch square quilt will go the the Pregnancy Center. They specify 36 inch quilts.
An update on the Flower Garden. Just one more block to go. Next lattice between them and borders. I have not decided what to do with borders. Some appliqué on them for sure, but no exact plan as of yet. I have modified the pattern a good deal.
This is Zoey, not a very happy dog. I think she heard me on the phone with the vet making an appointment to have her spayed. It appears this is one of her favorite spots in a bowl under the sofa table to hide. Seems the fit is perfect. She was spayed on Thursday of last week and if one insult was not enough, she had to have three retained baby teeth fangs removed as they failed to come out when her adult fangs came in. It appears that Yorkshire Terriers are famous for that particular issue. She spent Friday hiding in various spots around the house. She is still on pain medication for the 5 days after her surgery so a bit mellow especially in the mornings after getting it. But, she is definately on the mend now and back to her normal wiggles and running around.
Your pregnancy center quilt is cute, and I love that scrappy quilt - wonderful use for your pretty scraps. Glad Zoey is on the mend!ReplyDelete
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Your terrier Zoey is so cute. I love that she has a bowl for her safe spot. So cute. I think I have the pattern for the flower garden quilt you are making. I shall have to look for it. Your blocks are so lovely. Thanks for joining the Design Wall Mondays linky party. Hugs, Judy
Love the quilts. You're most talented.ReplyDelete
Awww on Zoey. So cute and your mom is doing what needs doing. It will be over soon and all will be well.
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Oh, that poor baby!! I am sure she will forgive you! Love your flowers.ReplyDelete
Love all your quilts...really like the Flower Garden.
It will be beautiful when finished. Have a great day!
Your flower garden is in full bloom. I can almost smell the fragrance :-)ReplyDelete
That was a lot for little Zoey. I am sure she will be back to full form in no time.
Your 'flower garden' is delightful! I love your fabric choices. I seem to remember starting one just like this some years ago, I ended up giving it away as I struggle with applique!ReplyDelete
Poor Zoey - hope she feels better soon!ReplyDelete
Nice work on those donation quilt tops! Your applique blocks are coming together beautifully. Funny that Zoey chose a bowl for "her spot"!ReplyDelete
Poir Zoey, what a lot for such a little girl to go through! Do hope she is recovering well.ReplyDelete
Adore your flower garden applique and that sweet little Zoey. How kind you are to donate your work too.ReplyDelete
Those are fabulous quilts!! and Poor poor baby = she will need extra cuddle timeReplyDelete
I hope Zoey if feeling better soon. She looks adorable hanging out in her bowl. So happy that you were able to finish off so many bits of fabric in your quilt. It looks great!ReplyDelete
Lovely donation quilts, I'm admirative, one per month is a great goal! I love your Flower Garden, such happy blocks!ReplyDelete
Poor little Zoey, but she is cute into this bowl ;)) Nice that she recovered and be herself again.
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Beautiful quilts...and Flower Garden is awesome.
Hope Zoey feels better soon. Have a great day!
You really are an addict! And you do such wonderful work, I'm amazed every time I visit!ReplyDelete
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Happy days that your group is meeting again! I bet you are over the moon. Zoey on the other hand may be a bit sad, but she's on the mend and will soon be your happy little doggie. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete
Very cool donation quilts. Congrats on cleaning out a scrap bin, that had to feel good. Happy stitching this week.ReplyDelete
Awe I love Zoey, she is adorable. Loki will be neutered next week so I'm certain he will not be happy with me. Monday his first official groom and Wednesday neutering. That is either one huge bowl or she is still very tiny. Loki is 3 lbs 8.5 oz today and his sister is just over 4#'s. Lovely quilts.ReplyDelete