Good afternoon. I find that there is a dilemma about not having photos to post of quilty things, even when I work in the studio all day. The problem is that the only thing I am working on right now that I can share is the Jacob's Ladder quilt. I am not sure you want to see any more of those. I am going to try and work on projects I can show while I am working on Christmas gifts and surprise challenges. In the meantime, I will share some of the photos I have taken that I think are fun. The top photo is a curious African Crowned Crane.
Isn't she a cutie? This is an alpaca. Both these animals were found at the Cougar Mountain Zoo and Wildlife Park. Bella and I made a recent visit there with the Greats (my aunt and uncle). They have some interesting animals there, including a good size reindeer herd.
Of course, I had to sneak in photos of today's JL blocks.
One important thing I did today was talk to Bella's other quilting grandmother, Diane, about what kind of things we could make for our family members this year that they would appreciate and that wouldn't break us. We came up with mug rugs, place mats, a gun cleaning kit carrying bag for the hunters, and bags. We are going to exchange 15" mini red and white quilts. I have already started on the design for hers. What kinds of things are you making this year for gifts?
I have guild meeting this evening. Only three more meetings this year as president. Next year I will be vice president and in charge of programs. That will be a different kind of challenge. Tonight is a working meeting. I am taking some hand quilting.
Until Friday, joyful quilting everyone.