is Terry in PA! Let me know your address and I will send it on its way!
Working on this whenever I had an hour or so in the sewing room produced this finished "Morning Walk" top with Betsy Chutchian's fabric.
Also have Jo Morton club 16 small quilt ready to assemble! I could make 4-patches all day long! These 4-patches are 1-1/2"...finished block a little over 4".
This is Jo's quilt but I am using the Jacobean floral stripe just because I have to! Love that fabric in all 4 colorways!
Quilting with my Half Hoop on a large Tumbler tablerunner using Jo's "Gratitude" and "Reflections".....I got this hoop about 29 years ago.....it's made of cherrywood and has served me well all these years even tho the $30 price of it floored me at the time!! Correct tension (I like it it kinda loose) is easy to achieve even tho it is not adjustable. I often use it for small quilts too.
On an entirely different note........I love to read but feel the need to do two things at once.....while I sew (and while I drive too!), I love to listen to audiobooks......in the sewing room, it is"The Lilac Girls" about three women from different parts of the world during WW2 (excellent first novel from author Martha Hall Kelly). In the car, it is "Animal Farm" by George Orwell.....read it in 8th or 9th grade, but wanted to refresh my memory of it. Waiting in the queue is "Apollyn", #5 from Tim LaHaye's Left Behind series (don't know how I missed this 20 or so years ago, but I did!!) and "1984" by Orwell. Anyone have any titles they've enjoyed lately?