Our third Sunday Project Linus group sailed yesterday. We pieced quilt tops with sailboats on them. Debby made the quilt above from a kit from another Project Linus blanket group. Jodie wrote a pattern and cut kits for our group.
Debby found a cute island themed fabric to back her sailboat.
I had the honor of finishing the first sailboat top yesterday. Yes, my sails are blowing east instead of west. Most of the fabrics in the kits were the same, so I chose to be different.
Sandy brought 2 finished quilts to turn in. She found a striped fabric to back her Simple Strips top from last month.
Sandy's other finished quilt was her de-wonked Wonky Quilt top. It's the one with the giant polka dots in the center squares in last month's 3rd Sunday report.
Debby tied 2 of her quilts yesterday afternoon. First, her Wonky Block quilt with a wonderful backing fabric.
And Debby's Happy Block quilt. Look at the great flannel print she used on the back. It has all of the colors in the top.
Stuff Came Home with Me
Jodie's out of town next month and I volunteered to be substitute group leader. I brought home a bag of quilts ready to tie, a bag of quilt tops with backs and batting, quilt tying supplies in the turquoise tote and a red Toyota tote bag with next month's quilt kits.