Where have I been indeed? I have been to my son’s graduation. Yes, I am the proud Mama of a Johns Hopkins graduate this year. So, we went to Baltimore at the end of May for the ceremony and to meet some of his friends. It was a delightful trip and yes, we are glad not to be empty nesters and have him home for some time.
But, it seems to have helped in the derailment of me keeping up with my quilting, along with that part-time job that I mentioned. So, I need to restructure my days, but it is happening, so I can get to this once a week and celebrate quilting (and other things).
I did finish my #APQResolution UFO for the month. Fortunately it was a small one, a doll quilt from scraps from a twister quilt I did some time ago. Not much, but it is done. In some ways, this is what it is about, getting UFOs done and off the list.
I did finish another little quilt. It will go for auction in the fall at the Rising Star Quilt Guild show October 14 and 15th at St. Brigid’s Church in Lexington, MA. It was made with scraps from our spring fling challenge and were just too cute to abandon. It is about 12″ square and just right for the auction.