Some of This, Some of That 6/9/19

Stash report:  Finished another baby quilt top, but I can't count any of that square yard as it all came out of three donations I got for St. Anne's.
The panel block in the center is a printed copy of a illustration done by Mabel Lucie Attwal, (4 June 1879 – 5 November 1964), a British illustrator and comics artist. She was known for her cute, nostalgic drawings of children, based on her daughter, Peggy. - from Wikipedia.  Believe this one was from the 40s or 50s and printed for Woodrow Studios in TN.  The center blocks are those made from Jenny Doan's Super Easy Hour Glass tutorial. The outer border came from an idea by Katy Quilts.  I love this layout as it eliminates a lot of bulk in the corners when you sew the HSTs together.

The only thing I can claim for destashing is the 0.2 yd I used for the background of my studio wall hanging and the pink and blue solid border in the top (.11 yd).  New YTD destashing is at 44.46 yards

Again I didn't quilt/sew for two days last week - the mojo was trying to escape again. I did a lot of Grand kids interaction and that was fun.  So here's a few snapshots of them:
proud dad sent this

played miniature golf
went to the March Air Museum  - saw this stratofortress (B-52) and many other planes.

Toured Flabob Airport -seventh oldest surviving airport in California - founded in 1925.
It was a busy week. I'm linking to Design Wall Monday.  Stay cool.


  1. You have been busy! With all sorts of stuff! I'm sure time with grandkids is always fun. I got a visit with my own daughter last week; she visited from California very briefly. The mini golf sounds fun -- I've only ever tried it one time, many years ago. It would be fun to try again.


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