Monday, September 3, 2012

Quilts for Kids done - Hawaii Sunset progress

Cassie cleaned and organized her corner when I wasn't looking!  This neat area gave me a bit of a pleasant surprise when I headed downstairs this morning.


The Quilts for Kids projects were quilted, bound and labeled.  They still need to be packaged up and sent off on their way.  

And then much of the afternoon, I spent working on Hawaii Sunset units.  All 25 9-patches are finished, and I'm finished with 62 of the 80 4-patches.  As for the flying geese units.....324 of 600 are now complete.  Progress....slowly but surely.

And now, dinner is calling me for preparation:  Honey-Seseme chicken

Yup, yup, yup.  The first official school-night!

4 comments:

Patchwork Penguin said...

Looks like you were very productive today. Good luck tomorrow!!!

scraphappy said...

Most people would not call that slowly but surely. Glad you got a last shot of quilting time in before the big day tomorrow. Have fun! Hopefully there will be first day getting on the bus pictures to enjoy.

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

Your cruising along greatly on your new project too. Good for you. I hope the frist day of school is a great one for everybody. Nice and peaceful too.

Andee said...

I haven't done anything on it in two weeks..unless you count drawing lines on a bunch of squares. I promise I will get back to it soon. Yours is really coming along!