Don't feel like I've achieved much sewing wise this week but I guess all the little bits add up. I spent Monday cutting fabric for Bonnie Hunters mystery quilt Orca Bay which I have been doing. I wanted to make it smaller I'll see how that goes. As you can see my helper Ruby was determined to be centre stage.Every time I moved her she ended up back there again. I think she won out in the end.
Wednesday I spent a very pleasant afternoon stitching with a group of friends. There is usually more chatting than stitching but it is a lovely way to spend the day.
I have many projects on the go. I prefer to think of them as works in progress rather than ufos. I would really like to get a few of the older projects completed. I've got plenty to choose from.
1st up is a Blackbird Designs quilt from a project on the front cover of Homespun magazine No.47. I have some leaves to applique on one border, sew the borders on then the top will be finished
Before I go a photo of my gorgeous dog Harry when he was a puppy. The photo in my blog header is Harry modeling my crocheted granny square blanket that I made last year.