Here are a couple of photos of two other projects in the making. I thought I would be much farther ahead on them but as usual, I'm falling behind my schedule. These are some of the blocks I'm making from apron fabric scraps that are intended to become twin sized quilts for that girls' orphanage in Patzcuaro that I wrote about awhile back. I need to make 45 quilts. Hah! Like that's going to happen during my lifetime! I'm serious though about 45 - it isn't right to just hand out a to a couple of girls. They all need one. So. Anyone volunteer to help?? I'm serious.
You can tell I haven't gotten very far. I have tons more fabric back in Chicago so it looks like this will be an ongoing project.
These other photos are for a quilt I'm making for a Christmas present. Looks like that will be Christmas of 2014 because not only is it not pieced yet, or even completely cut out, but I still have to hand quilt it once it is pieced. Or Christmas 2015.
In my defense on this one: there have been hundreds of pieces to cut out and sew together to form those blocks. I'm more than half done with the blocks then I need to cut out more panels and start sewing the strips. And then hand quilt it.
Finally, you know how much I love the non profit organization It's a Pittie Rescue. I've posted about Mama Petunia and puppy Caine. Well, their major fundraiser is on Saturday, August 3 and it looks like it will be a lot of fun. You can buy your tickets here for $35 until tomorrow and $45 at the door. It is a casino night theme with lots of prizes, food and drinks. It's a great way to support this organization! Thanks!