The sewing group at the church got together this week to work on items for our bazaar in November. I have one more baby quilt to finish before the bazaar so I added the sashing to each block. When I got home, I sewed the blocks together. I have a piece of pale green minke which was donated to our group for the back of the quilt. These spinning 4 patch blocks were cut from a piece of Kaffe Fassett fabric. I love the patterns in each block--so different even though they all came from the same fabric.
My husband and I finished our Quilts of Gees Bend puzzle yesterday. This was a fun one to put together and was full of quilty inspiration. Don't worry, we still have 3 or 4 puzzles in the cupboard that we have not made yet. Our daughter also loaned one to us and took a couple of ours back to her place to work on there.
I started to quilt my shweshwe quilt this week. I am using my walking foot and figuring out how to quilt it as I go. Here is a sneak peek at a couple of areas of the quilting.
The knitted dish cloth is finally done! I have a knitting UFO that I hope to finish off next. I will post a picture next week.
I took this picture of Finn while we were talking to him on FaceTime this past week. He cocks his head when we talk to him! So cute.
Finn and our daughter went for a few walks when it was not raining this past week. I think our daughter co-ordinates well with Finn!
Still lots of glorious fall colour here. My porch planter has a bright yellow mum in it this year.
This was taken at the park where my friend and I walk each morning.
I will link up with Kathy and the Slow Sunday Stitchers in the morning.