I'm back to quiltmaking again.
With school finished, I'm hoping to get a great deal of quilt work done.
A new project involves this stack of lime, chocolate, and aqua and a baby quilt for Katie's baby Paisley, who will arrive at the end of July. Katie is one of the teachers I work with.
I also finished the quilting on three prayer quilts--although these pictures are "before" shots.
We were down to just 11 quilts this past Sunday and need to get a bunch made and/or finished for our next quilt dedication on June 16.
I do want to add a non-quilt comment. That is that in all my decades of teaching, although it was busy, this was the easiest end-of-school year I've experienced. I do like the charter school where I'm teaching!
My quilting plans are to piece and quilt today and to attend the Fiber-Arts Festival in Albuquerque tomorrow--and then to quilt some more as I watch the tree in my front yard begin to leaf out. Late spring here--due in no small part to our severe drought. While many of our prayers are for rain, we're also praying that we will not have to deal with wildfires and smoke and the devastation that accompanies them.