On Saturday, I taught the first Tucker University class at Four Pines Quilt Chop in Claremont, NH. Lots of half-square triangle, quarter-square, combination and shaded 4 patch units were made. It was a fun and productive day. Unfortunately, in all the excitement, I forgot to take pictures to share. I hope to do better next month when we make V-blocks and variants.
I was able to finish up a UFO this week. This one was a mystery quilt published by The Quilt Pattern Magazine newsletter recipients from July 2016 through May 2017. It was called Nine Patch Row Mystery. I had it quilted by Sharon Walty from Henderson Harbor, NY in August of last year. It took me until this past week to finally get the binding done on it.
It is too long for me to get a picture of it hanging. I had to put it on my design wall sideways. Now this quilt will be joining others in my guild's Giraffe Closet. We give those quilts to members of our area that have been victims of a disaster such as fire or other trauma. I know it will find a good home.
I have 7 tops for small quilts that I need to get quilted. There will either be for nursing home residents for their wheelchairs or for children in the pediatric unit at our local hospital. I'm going to try to get a couple finished before the next guild meeting.
Until next time, keep on stitching!