National Quilting Day.

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Today is National Quilting Day!  I have been so wrapped up in all the furore of the last week, I have completely zoned out of quilting!!!  However it is a great way to occupy your time as you are social distancing!!! 

Anyway, Quilting!  I have started to sort out my quilting things to sew back at my desk which I use for work in the week.  As I have not done this for a while I have to remember where I put everything before and how I used to do it!!!!  I haven’t had much time up to now to do this so it will be a great job to do in the next few weeks. 

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I have a couple of projects still on the go, this being the main one made from the material above!!!  I just need to sew a final row onto the quilt and then I need to add the borders and the top will be done!!!  Hopefully over the next few weeks I can get this done.

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It is a good job we Quilters have a good stash of material to keep us going at the moment.  Of course I am sure if you need anything lots of quilt shops will still mail things out to you.

Have a good day whatever you are up to, quilting or gardening or reading.

Stay Safe.

Hugs, Susie xx

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2 thoughts on “National Quilting Day.

  1. farmquilter

    I’m looking forward to seeing the quilt you make with these beautiful fabrics!! It has been topsy-turvy, especially this last week. The news just keeps getting more pessimistic and what they don’t report can be even more frightening – a friend of one of my daughters (the lady works in a hospital) told her that there are so many people coming to the hospital with the right symptoms for COVID19 that are not getting tested, being sent home to self-quarantine, are presumed positive but they aren’t included in the numbers being put out to the public. Entire states here are being told to shelter in place, yet so many people are ignoring that directive (including a friend of mine) because they “will go crazy” at home all the time, so they “need” to work. He retires by the end of this year, so I told him this was a trial run of what retirement will be!!

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