We have been back in our house for about a month. I have not done much sewing. If you have ever had any drywall work done in your home you will know how much dusting I have had to do. It is like talcum powder everywhere you can imagine. I have also had a lot to unpack and put back. It was a fun job but didn't leave a lot of time for sewing.
We visited our daughter in Indiana for Thanksgiving. She entertained 18 people for dinner. She did a wonderful job. She used china from both of her grandmothers.
This is the table she used for the food. Complete with the guinea hen they brought back from Africa.
She used some greenery to decorate each chair.
This is a quick quilt I made for a young woman who we have known all her life. She just had her first baby. She is a very special young woman that has overcome some pretty tough obstacles but is in a very good place right now. This is a cute way to put a baby quilt together. The big square are 8 inches square.
And I left the best till the end. My daughters fiance has an auction business and he found this in a basement! I love it. I have a great sewing machine repairman. He was not too enthusiastic about my new baby when he saw her but when I went to pick her up he was beside himself. The only thing he could not fix was the light. Oh well, she has a beautiful stitch and I hope to use her a lot in the coming months.
I am READY to SEW!!!!