Last week I told you that I had a sense of urgency to finish up the Baby Friedman quilt…I had hurried along and got this far….
at the time I knew Hubby likely had lung cancer but didn’t know for sure. I knew life was going to get crazier and my time near a sewing machine was going to be much less so I worked really hard to get this as far along as I could.
My progress since then…this…
…to this! A finished top!! I’m thrilled.
I even got it loaded on the frame and made one pass. I’m really liking it and and I’ve ever so happy that it is this far along. Should she go into labor tomorrow, I could easily have it finished by the time they are home with the baby. That’s a great feeling.
After this I need to start on Kelli’s baby quilt.
The other thing I worked on this week was my double wedding ring quilt. I took that with and pinned on the way to Lacrosse.
I also worked on it any time I had sewing time over the last week. Pinning is such a mundane job that it fit my mood.
I currently have eight rows together.
The other rows are finished and just need to be added. I have some in the car with me today to pin as we make our way to Lacrosse to find out what’s next for Hubby.
I know I don’t need to and no one will care, but having and meeting some personal goals through all of this helps me think about something else besides Hubby’s diagnosis. The goal was to have this quilt finished by March 15th, Kelli’s wedding anniversary, which I made the original quilt for. I’m clipping along and just might make it!!
That’s about all I have on the quilting front.