We got back from Sisters and I was fired up to start on Miss P's kindergarten quilt. Just so there's no mix-up ... kindergarten does not require a quilt for naps or anything. I just make my kids [and grandkids] a baby quilt, a 'big boy or girl' quilt when they move out of their cribs, a quilt for their bed when they go into kindergarten. Another one when they are 12 and a HS graduation quilt ... we'll see if I keep this schedule for GKs! They're just so darn cute when they want one!! LOL!
A friend in Lincoln made 20 quilts for her first grandchild. She said "DON'T DO THIS!" There will be more grandchildren and their parents will expect the same treatment for all of them!!! Good advice, well said!
I think Miss P's quilt is going to be adorable!! Our friends C&L are here for their summer vacation and when C saw the pattern, she's making a smaller one for her GD too!! But September is speeding up on me, I'm done with the blocks and am started to make the sections - 9 of them - not complicated, afterall, it's just a twin size quilt!! It's just that the design zig-zags across the top and I don't have anyplace I can layout the entire quilt easily. So-o-o I'm building sections of 5 or 6 blocks by 5 so I can keep the flow of colors correct. Hopefully, picture soon!!!
We were lucky enough to stop and see Mr D on our way to Sisters - guess who's walking!!
Here's some pictures of Sisters - just for some eye candy! It was hot and breezy. And there was actually an afternoon thunderstorm that blew thru! A first, as far as I know!! A good time had by all!