Friday night here it was sleety and cold - a perfect night for staying home; but I had invited Jenny, Angela, and Sue from across the road to come to sew, and they all showed up. Of course I forgot to photograph the projects; but we'll be getting together again in a couple of weeks, and I'll be ready.
Sue has been sewing bags from this book. Now she has said she's a beginner sewer and the instructions are easy to follow. If a beginner can say that confidently, then the book is a winner in my opinion. I have this book in my collection, and she's inspired me enough that I hope to get some fabric next weekend and make one.
Jenny finished up this small quilt top; it's Whimsy from the Moda Bakeshop. She left it here; I think she's planning on me surprising her by machine quilting it up. The surprise will be on her! Seriously, she did a nice job on the piecing; I'm sure simple straight-line machine quilting will be super easy for her.
I piece this quilt top when I first started my blog almost five years ago. I want to finish this by handquilting. That was my plan for Friday night; but the top is bigger than I remembered, so I ended up with cross stitch and finishing up another ornament.
And on a personal note, I've always taken my excellent health for granted. But recently I've made some positive changes to try to insure that I stay healthy; so to that end I've started taking these. It's a fun way to make sure I'm getting the calcium I need. I highly recommend them!