It's been a long and winding road this week... Crazy busy and very emotional. Jacob cut his first two teeth, my sister-in-law Cindy got bad news from her oncologist, and I'm working fast & furious on finishing her Comforting Words quilt to send out to her in California to take to her chemo appointments that start next week. A bright spot earlier this week was when Jacob came dressed in his new Abbey Road onesie the same day I had put on my new Abbey Road t-shirt! I love when things like this happen. :-)
So, the projects for this week include machine embroidery, photo transfer, and, yes, lots of piecing and quilting. First off was a new onesie for Jacob's little friend, Mattie, who turned 1 on Feb 2. Her mom planned a wonderful first birthday party with a Very Hungry Caterpillar theme that unfortunately got cancelled and rescheduled due to the flu hitting their home. I still got her birthday onesie done and delivered and she'll be wearing it for her first birthday portraits later this week now that everyone is over the flu.
stack-an-slash of Christmas fabrics that I quilted with snowflakes.
Wings of Faith and Flowers of Faith collections, and photos I'd taken of Wayne & Cindy and their family several years ago, along with a couple of Cindy's special angels--my parents and two granddaughters who became angels far too early. I used EQ Printables inkjet fabric sheets which turned out marvelous.
Back to the piecing while Jacob naps.
More snippets from the sewing room soon,