on my Granny Squares quilt. I think I have the sashing back on track. Just 3 more rows to sash, and then I must wait for my border fabrics to arrive so I can finish.
I finished all the Chez Moi flying geese for my mini quilt, so those are ready to sew together. It only took a few hours - a very quick and satisfying project!
I'm sending off my Buttercream and Figs quilt to a fabulous longarm quilter in Idaho today. My sis-in-law and her coworkers at the quilt store have sent a number of quilts to her and she does fabulous custom work. Although I adore my local longarm quilter, she doesn't do custom work and this quilt really screams out for something special. I can't wait to see what Cindy will do with it!
Tomorrow I'm taking off early from my real job to work at the quilt store during their shop hop. They have put together block kits for the 4,000 visitors they expect during this 5-day event. I usually try and avoid shops during the hop, but it will be fun to be on the other end of things, handing out blocks and stamping passports.