In May, I picked up a We Care project that was all cut and ready for stitching at my guild meeting and it is now pieced, waiting for me to get the quilting and binding done.
And my final project in the last couple of weeks was making more Solstice Mystery blocks. I had this one made and it is huge!Not too sure what Pat Sloan is thinking but I know that I will need to cut up a lot of 2.½" squares to make some pieced rectangles that will help all these blocks fit together.
It looks pretty good and I like it but then I looked at the other blocks that I have made... and there are loads of them! and it seems to me that I need a little more green so went searching and found this piece to try.
That is pretty much what is happening here. No finishes to show but am determined to get the two smaller quilts quilted and bound in the next couple of days and spend some time tomorrow layering up two of my larger quilts and work on them. My QOV cupboard is bare after handing over 10 quilts to a fellow, Al Cameron who visits with veterans and records their stories and at the end of his session, he hands each person a quilt. If you check out Quilts of Valour on Facebook, you will see pictures and be able to find out more information about the Veterans Voices of Canada.