Sunday, May 6, 2018

Hands2Help 2018

Will you look what happened on Sunday?  They did it again! We finished three quilts for Little Lambs foundation for kids and nearly finished another. This puts us at 6 tops complete and one really really close. The large card trick will go to Sage Cancer center when completed. Thanks to these wonderful people for taking time out of their busy day for such good causes. The sweatshop had those machines humming today. You only have two more chances to help out, May 20 and then the final wrap up on June 3.   Let me know if you'd like to help us out. It was such a beautiful day too.
Three baby quilts, finally putting this adorable fabric to good use!


Large String Blocks for Card Trick - left overs from On Ringo Lake and added the yellow.  Just needs a border

Strings every where!

The sweatshop had those machines humming!


Bobs got a trick up his sleeve!  He was talking to Tom when we got the pic of the baby quilts.  He worked hard today :)
There's going to be a new addition in the sewing studio.  That table that we're sewing at will come out when we're done, June 3.  The cutting and ironing tables will be where the sewing table is and in that empty spot will be my new A1 Long Arm!!!!!  I did it, I got one.  Ordered it last week and am just beside myself with excitement.  I tried one at MQX in NH and fell head over heels in love with it.   Now I can be doing pantos on one and custom work on the other.  Her name is going to be Loretta (after my mom), I'll call her Lottie for short.  I CAN'T WAIT!!!!

Hope every one has a great week, check out the linky parties on the side bar, go get inspired!!

2 comments:

  1. COol quilts! i really like that string card trick!

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  2. Wow you are really churning out quilts for Hands 2 Help. I've got one top ready to be quilted and another kitted up to take to retreat next week. Or so that is the plan. Congrats on the new long arm coming in. I've heard great things about A-1 machines. Enjoy.

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