May 4, 2020 – Seven Weeks of I-SEW-lation

It’s been quite a spring!  With most of us self-isolating safely inside our homes, there has been time to complete some of our UFOs (UnFinished Projects).

Susan Hatton finished several tops that are now waiting to be quilted.  One is mostly scraps and found border material in stash.  Another is a UFO from a Donna Duncan class several years ago.  And there are also a couple baby quilts.

Becky P. finished this beautiful full-sized quilt top using Moda Cake mix recipe #9 papers, 2 layer cakes, and some yardage.  It was about 2,800 pieces!

Ruth Ann bought a bunch of half-square triangles for $3.00 at the LNT Boutique at the last Quilters’ Day Out, and turned it into this awesome quilt!  What a bargain!

Sanghetta is practicing free motion quilting.  Her first attempt with rulers looks lovely!

Brenda F. and her man have both been quilting.  He calls this one “Checker Board” as it’s used for checkers with the kids and grandkids.

New member Charlie is working on an Anita Goode Design embroidery.  It will be a tapestry about 36″ x 20″ Each tile is taking her 3-4 hours to stitch.

Linda S. made some microwaveable hot pad bowls to fill with Kentucky Proud edibles to share with friends when she was supposed to travel to Florida in mid-March.  She is ready to head south, eventually.

Even though the last Cuddle Care class had to be cancelled, people have been busy piecing and quilting Scrappy Block quilts for the infants and children at Norton’s Children’s Hospital.

Stay safe!

Piecefully yours,



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