Mary in South Dakota gave me the completed top and binding for my "boy quilt" project. I quilted it and did the binding. The backing was a medium blue I had--
Hard to see but I quilted with vines and leaves--a panto called Jungle Fever. It finished about 70x90". 4.75 yds came from my stash--the rest was donated by Mary. Thank you Mary!! Please see everyone's design wall posts at Patchwork Times.
Last week was Karla's birthday--I took treats and we had a good visit--
Happy Birthday Karla!! Gavins Point Dam/Lewis & Clark Lake/Missouri River are a popular spot for Bald Eagles in the winter. I snapped these pictures through the windows with my phone--
Not great pictures but you can tell they are Bald Eagles. The rangers have counted more than 60 some mornings. I also visited Ozzie--
He lives at the Visitor Center. He's a lot of fun--sometimes he comes out to have lunch with the visitors. He happily eats crickets while they watch. Next stop was my mailbox--
Aren't they a lonely looking group? I promised my mailbox a makeover this spring.
Quilt a top
Fall in the City
Make a binding and sew it on
Do some fun sewing
A repeat of last week's goals. I did everything but Fall in the City. Four bindings were made and sewn to quilted tops.
Its getting colder again, the forecast is rain. March is here so Spring has got to get here soon!