A glorious morning in my part of WI...I arose to a temp of 47 degrees....quite amazing for the end of June. We are suppose to reach the mid 80's by afternoon, but a cool start to the day. I've finally arrived at the last step of this little quilt, getting it in the mail. This is the result of Clare's challenge to me *VBS* It's headed off to Tennessee to live with Kennedy.
I used a soft, snuggly flannel on the back and a light weight batt inside. There were a couple of rules in the Quilts 4 Leukaemia that I wasn't aware of until Clare commented on the blocks that Carol E, of Giraffe Dreams is collecting. Apparently I should not have used the red fabric with the prints like the cows and eggs. The reds are to be plainer, so they read as "red". I've made a note of that Clare, but too late this time.
My friend Susan, at Patchwork Reflections did a lovely post with pictures of some great waterfalls they saw over the weekend. This one is closer to where I live *VBS*
These were taken Father's Day weekend by DD#1 and DSIL. I've never seen this one in person, but it's gorgeous.
Today is Bingo at the nursing home and I'm a summer volunteer. I have packages to get in the mail and I MUST finish up those burp cloths and get them mailed. July is almost here *VBS*...almost time for that new grandbaby to make an appearance.
Second June SAL
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