Monday, October 03, 2005

Another Trip...

Another weekend has zipped by. Most of Saturday was spent trying to prepare for my parents' meeting for the new Brownie troop I am a leader of. The paperwork is a bit overwhelming, but things will hopefully calm down soon. We have our first troop meeting with the girls tomorrow night. Let the fun begin!

After spend the weekend glued to the computer I let myself sit down and sew for a while this morning. The picture is of the baby quilt I finished up this morning. It is made from 30's reproduction prints. I love this fabric ! It is so cheerful. This is another quilt for the Project Linus project. When I dropped off three quilts last week at the sewing center here in town the lady there was so sweet. She "oohed" and aahed" over the quilts for the longest time. And then she told me I was going to win the machine because I was the only person turning in quilts! I told her that was my plan! They are having a sewing day at the store this coming Saturday. I might go in for a while just to get to sew without being interrupted every five minutes.

Off to run errands. Hope everyone else gets to sew some today too!


Finn said...

Hi Sarah, the baby quilt is adorable. I like the color combo..very soft looking. Glad you got to too, for a little bit. I'm joining up rows for a flannel quilt for #1 son. I'm running a bit late on it..LOL.
You are a brave girl taking on a brownie troop..*S* They have soooo much energy and excitement..a great age to work with. I began scouting as a brownie way back in the 1940's and stayed with it all the way to being a senior scout. Never will forget my Brownie promise, and I do have my pin and my "wings" from flying up..*S*
I hope the year goes well, would love to hear about it.

Dawn said...

Oh this is such a cute quilt! It is so warm and cuddly looking!

Sewcatherine said...

I love the 1930's fabrics too. Very nice!!