... because we started this:
Ahh... the madness that is homeschooling four children ages five and under.
But early this summer I put together a quilt top to become our family's beach quilt. We've been using nothing more than this small, thin thing called a "neat sheet" that hearkens back to our undergrad years.
My friend, Anne, did some pretty sweet quilting on it. Sneak Peek!
Now I'm just waiting for the binding fabric to come in the mail. This has been quite the summer-long
work-in-progress, but I'm sure the end result will be worth the wait. I can't wait to finish it and be able to share it.
Another work-in-progress is this little project called "Gray Matters." Please stay tuned because if you like free fabric, tutorials, and supporting research for childhood cancer, you're going to want to come back and visit my little blog for this upcoming series.
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I do have one little finish to show you. I found this fabric in the clearance section of JoAnn's recently. The day before I had bought my daughter both a fuschia and a turquoise top for this winter. And then this on clearance for only $2!
I used the Lazy Days pattern by Oliver + S and added a color block to the bottom. Oh, and I'm so happy the serger cooperated!