I completed my 100 mini prayer quilts. If you don't remember, a friend volunteered to head up a drive to make 1500 4" 4-patch mini quilts by mid-June. She farmed it out in lots of 100 to everyone she knew who sews. I volunteered for 100. I finished them last week and presented them with a great feeling of accomplishment. Then she asked if I could do a few more because some people didn't return theirs. So I'm in 4-patch mode again.
I completed the blocks and settled on an arrangement for my baby quilt. I'm going to assemble that much while I ponder options for borders and backing. The baby - my great nephew (wow) - is due in July.
My third project for the week was a prayer flag for my birthday. The base is a vintage napkin - off white with red trim. The fabrics in the crazy quilt represent things I like - sewing, knitting, music, anything "vintage" - there's even a bit of Christmas stuck in there. The triangle with embroidered flowers is the corner of another vintage napkin.
I also started kitting a red, white and blue afghan. In fact, I've started it at least 15 times now. I'm having some tension issues - but I think I have it under control now. Hopefully there will be enough progress to warrant pictures next week.
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