It's been a slow week so far with the heat and humidity combined with night shift meaning I haven't had as much time or energy to quilt as usual.
I did finish a couple more quilts as far as the quilting goes but they haven;t been bound yet so they are not finished enough to show.
The quilt shown here was a donated top and it is a wonderful mix of smaller blocks using thin strips of fabric and it looks lovely and will be a real treasure for someone.
The other lovely cot quilt was donated by Susanne Nixon from Tasmania and she also sent over QAYG blocks and thread.
We are in for some rain over the next few days and hopefully a lower temperature too. I plan to go to bed early to try to catch up on sleep again and then get busy with the quilts tomorrow.
Now that Queensland has just experienced their worst cyclone and many homes have been destroyed along the far north coast around Tully and Innisfail again the need will be ongoing for some time.
More tomorrow, Hugs Jan Mac
1 day ago
hope you sleep well and recover quickly. k.ReplyDelete
You're a powerhouse Jan, I don't know how you do it. Yes it does look as though this latest cyclone has created yet more need, I may have to start sewing blocks again!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your sweet words of encouragement! My son will go in for surgery on Feb 15th. Bless you richly,ReplyDelete