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Wow! It's the last day of May! Where did the month go??? I know I was crazy busy with projects. I managed to bind 5 quilts that had been just chilling out on the sidelines, and I also quilted and bound a quilt that is for sale in my etsy shop. I made a pouch for my mom and my mother in law, finished a quilt top for my son, finished 8 of 9 swoon blocks, and finished the giant starburst that was commissioned. I also managed to finish destroying my iPhone. 😥 2 months ago my son accidentally dropped my phone in the just right way as to smash the screen. It still worked but little pieces would randomly fall off. Well on Tuesday I dropped it, that was it's death knell, the lcd screen....dunzo. I lasted till yesterday (friday) with no phone, yesterday at 1:30 when I myself cracked and called my provider and ordered a new phone which thankfully will be here Monday. Whew, normalcy will return. Between my family, and quilting my phone is just something I can't live without. I do have some pics to post that backed up before the demise of my phone, so here we go, some of my May projects 😃
This baby quilt is for sale in my etsy shop. It measures 42x46"
My swoon blocks, missing #8
This is the pouch I made my mother in law, she is s wonderful knitter so it was perfect
This beautiful baby quilt is for sale in my etsy shop
the pouch I made my mom who is completely obsessed with Downton Abbey
So there it is, most of my May projects before the demise of my phone (*le snif). Hope June is as great a month.
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