Saturday, September 15, 2012

Community Sew Day on the books

Yesterday I spent the day at Open Sew.  Open Sew is sponsored by Adel Quilting and Dry Goods on the second Friday of each month.  Any one who wishes brings their projects and can work on them at the Adel library.  Yesterday in the fellowship of other creative people I worked on some of the unfinished projects from the charity sew day put on by my IQ (Iowa quilters) on line group.  

I finished a jelly roll quilt that Sandy had started, and Deb had donated the fabric for.

The black and turquoise 9 patch also was finished yesterday.  That quilt was pieced together by Deb Steer and Marcia Burt.

Pat's quilt was quilted this week, and I applied binding to it yesterday.  I will start stitching it down later this morning at my Prairie Womens Sewing Group.

While at the library I decided to try to get one more community sew day on the books before the end of the year.  I was shooting for a day in October...but no such luck the library is full every day in October.  The first day that was available in November was the third.  So I took it.  More information to follow as we get closer to the day.

Time to head out to the Farmers Market in Des Moines.  Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.

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