I got the "fornicating" PJ bottoms made for my DH. (Can you see why they are so named?) Started them in May, but had problems with my serger, then summer happened, and well, time went on.
DL helped me with my "serger issues", and I got them done. Now DH can wear them at his week of golfing with the guys. Should be worth a laugh or two! ;) I also
made a pair of Canadian PJ bottoms for myself. All the gals made a pair. At $2.00 a meter, and a good quality flannel, why not!?!
Then I went on to FINALLY start making my B-I-L a quilt for his bed. (the fabric has only been sitting around for a year +) I thought that a simple pattern would see it done for Christmas.
Two borders, and a few circle/donut appliques to add yet.
As per usual, my small group retreat in a lovely little cottage was a welcome,
productive, and enjoyable time!! There is 9 of us in the group.
Hope you are all keeping well and stitching up a storm!
A while ago I instigated a project for quilters to follow along on. All participants were to give me three suggestions for me to throw into the hat. Suggestions could be a method, a block pattern, or shape. Then once a month I would do a draw from the hat. It was a 13 month project, and your could "hide your head in the sand" once during that time, and not do the chosen suggestion. So if say, you didn't like applique, you could bow out that month. The project was to be whatever you wanted to create, be it a full size quilt, a small wall-quilt, a tote, whatever.
I chose to do a small wall-quilt. Photo is kind of blurry, and was taken at a bit of an angle, so it looks not squared, but I assure you, it is...
The picks for each month was, 9-Patch, Churn Dash, Bow-tie, Dresden, Flying Geese, Star, Circles, Applique, Triangles, Seminole, Paper-Piecing (my head in the sand choice), Square in a Square, Piano Keys...