That has continued and I have a couple more to show you - as well as a couple of items that snuck into the line-up. My sweet grandgirls needed the hem let down on these very cute summer dresses. They wore them last summerin a wedding and Nana had to make them a lot shorter, but they still fit so just needed the hem adjusted.
These now need a good pressing. Funny story - a couple of weeks ago one of the girls asked me "What is an iron?". Like many (most?) young women today, ironing is incredibly old-fashioned and not often done. In fact, I'm not sure my son and family even own an iron. Good thing that Nana does!
A sweet tablemat, ready for spring. I do really like this ruler: It is called a Twister Pinwheel.
Caro is sure that I am the Queen of Table Runners. I'mnot sure that is true, but I like making them and using them - a quick and easy way to try out a new pattern. This one is for my friend Christian. He has been so generous to share his dress shirts and this time, even 3 suits. So I carefully dis-membered them and at last - a new Table Runner. I hope he likes it. I even used one of his shirts for the backing.
It really isn't pleated on the back (as this appears).
Last summer I bought a kit to make a very fun pillow. Finally getting to it.
Our camper doesn't look like this one, but it will be fun to have on the sofa.
Today was my day to be the CTA Volunteer at a local quilt store - one of Caro's favorites.
So Here are a couple of views.
As you can see, it is a very large shop with the very nicest staff. And while this is all volunteer,they do give us a discount on purchases for the next couple of weeks. So the "Oyster" white, that I needed did come home with me. This is for my Blue and White quilt.
As Garrison says, That's all the news from Lake Woebegone. Have a great June.