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Wow April was a whirlwind!!! Got so much done and May isn't slowing down at all!!!  So it started with me making my first ever flying geese which I love and am now addicted to! The ones below are for a mini swap I'm part of

This toddler quilt got hand bound and is for sale in my etsy shop
 Started laying out my mini pattern
 And here is the top all complete. The pattern is Electrify from Canoe Ridge Creations her directions for making this pattern were amazingly clear and simple.
I finished piecing my very first Irish chain for my dayghter's second birthday 


 I finished hand binding this pixelated heart. This was a wedding gift for a friend

 This quilt was for sale in my etsy shop but sold. This is it after being quilted

 And here it is hand bound right before leaving for it's new home
 This gorgeous giant starburst was commissioned. It is now quilted and ready to be hand bound
 Pieced the label into my son's quilt backing and sent it to be long armed
 Made this quilt top, just waiting on the backing to be delivered so I can finish it
 Got my daughters quilt back from being longarmed
 Finished quilting this sweet quilt and hand bound it. This is a gift for my best friend's new daughter
 Hand bound this mini quilt
 And hand bound my daughters quilt
Phew! 
So far this month already I have finished another mini quilt swap quilt top, hand bound a quilt for sale in my etsy shop, made a pouch for my mom and started on my swoon quilt, so far 5 of 9 blocks completed 😃 will post pics soon. Hope you are all having a great May 

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