Several ladies from the community came together and sewed for a day. We each paid for our table which supported the American Cancer Society.
Janice (on left) pieced this lovely quilt. Terri on right.
I sat beside Diane. She was machine quilting her first quilt. This was the first time I met Diane. I really enjoyed sewing beside her for the day.
My friend Charlotte joined me for the day. We had so much fun.
Isn't this impressive for a college quilt?
I worked on a "Disappearing 9 Patch" quilt for Hospice. The Shenandoah Valley Quilt Guild is giving quilts and dolls to children who are in Hospice. The quilt guild gives out the dolls, then volunteers make quilts to go with the the dolls.
I also made a miniature quilt that matched the child's quilt for the doll.
Look who came to see Mummsy.
Brighton Noel. Dave, Parla and Brighton are here for a week. More pictures later.
While Mom is away, we sneak in some ice-cream.
Rebecca and Abe studying hard, or hardly studying.