I'm always relieved when the holidays have passed.
I don't know why . . . . I don't go over board on much,
just the eating part . . . it should be the exercising part, but well, you know.
I do always try to maintain some sense of normal,
which means a bit of sewing squeezed in as much as possible.
So I am pleased that I was able to finish this baby quilt in one week.
It started last Sunday, before Christmas, at Earamicha's
house with David.
We decided to get together to have a little sweat shop sewing.
It was that very warm day, 70* in NYC,
so yes there really was sweating!
I was able to cut and sew all the blocks for a disappearing nine patch.
Then this past Friday night, I cut them all up and laid them out.
I bit a sewing while watching a movie and it came together quick!
Sunday brought quilting.
Love my Juki!
And now a bit of binding before I hit the sack.
Here is the inspiration quilt I saw a few weeks
ago at the Quilt Shop in Danbury, CT.
My quilt measures 30" by 38"
The original squares before cutting were 2.5"
This baby quilt is a donation for our NYC Metro Mod Guild.
Hope you all enjoyed your holidays and are relaxing too!