Here is my 2nd block for AmandaJean's Quilt A Long:
I'm really happy with my color choices (so far). Of course, now I have to anxiously await next weeks block - hehe.
Tyler's soccer game got rained out on Saturday (after 15 minutes of play) so I came home and finished quilting this quilt:
A few of my favorite blocks
Now I just have to get the binding sewn on, and send it off to my Mom for her to handsew it down. It's not done yet, as the pattern calls for a bunch of wool appliques to be sewn on (a bird, some flowers, a basket of eggs, pine trees). But, I am simply thrilled that after 10 years, the first top is completed, quilted and I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel (I still have to finish one for my Mom - it's getting there, slowly but surely - and it won't take 10 more years to finish!!)
Tyler's game was rescheduled to yesterday afternoon, so we went there - what a gorgeous afternoon - and Tyler scored his first goal of the year. He was so excited. But he was such a tired little boy. Then it was off to Todd's parents for dinner and to celebrate his father's birthday.
This week I want to get my flowerbeds mulched and transplant/move some more flowers around - hopefully the weather will cooperate:)
Oh - And I joined the One Local Summer challenge as well. The idea is to eat one meal each week totally local - with a few exclusions like spices, salt and pepper, and then to post on it on your blogs. I am excited to be doing this - wonder what I'll be able to come up with. I'm thinking butter and milk are going to be the hardest (although Smith's Dairy is a Wayne County dairy, so I wonder if that will classify as local milk as the plant is within 50 miles of us?).
Have a sunny day!!