My primary project for September was to make purple baby quilts. Three of them. They're going to a project that sends purple quilts/blankets/afghans home with every newborn, along with info about shaken baby syndrome. By the time I deliver them to South Dakota in a couple of weeks, I plan to have an afghan finished as well.
I also made an orange placemat, but failed to get a picture of it.
I made major progress on my Jelly Roll quilt, but it won't be finished until next month some time. I started a checkered Dresden plate. All the blades are made and ironed, but I ran out of time for sewing them together. Only seven more to go,
I continue to spend a lot of time on the hunt for wildflowers. In addition to the time spent hiking and photographing, I spend hours with my field guides, learning to identify them. Here are a couple from my walks this week.
|Turkey Tail mushroom?|
|Bottle Gentian. DH found another patch!|
|Fall is coming!|
Keep on Stitching, and I'll be back in a couple of weeks.......Sunny