Feb 5, 2013

Almost finished

 

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Every Tuesday morning you will find me hanging out with a group of ladies working together on humanitarian projects.  It’s one of the highlights of my week.  This morning I worked on this quilt to donate and I’m almost finished…just need to add the borders.  We have some expert quilters there who will finish it.  The pattern is from Scrap Basket Surprises by Kim Brackett.  And it’s been a great project.

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And I’m also almost finished reading my latest book; Murder on Astor Place by Victoria Thompson.  It’s a mystery involving a midwife at the turn of the century.  Tonight before I fall asleep, I will finally know who did it and why.  As of now I have no idea! 

I’m linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times for more book ideas.

8 comments:

Tarnyia said...

Love that quilt... it has a real country home feeling about it... do you raffle the quilts or just give them where needed? xxx

Gale, Ky quilter said...

That is a beautiful quilt and so nice of you to share your gift with others in need. I just love quilting and the quilting community - everyone has such big hearts. Have a great day!

Sinta Renee said...

I love Kim's book... that pattern is so fun! It will be a wonderful quilt to donate.

Kathaleeny said...

Have you watched Call the Midwife on PBS?

Terry said...

What a pretty quilt! I love that pattern! :0)

Needled Mom said...

What fun quilting days you must have! Enjoy the read!

Norece said...

I see you have "where The Red Fern Grows" on your reading side bar. Have you read Summer of the Monkeys? I love that book. I read it every summer.

jlgwyn said...

Would you be interested in accepting quilt blocks for donation? I'm not part of a guild where I live, although I should look one up. I just don't have the time right now to join volunteer groups yet. I have at least one quilt top and some orphan blocks that I thought would be good for donation.

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