Yeah! That's about right!! LOL
Finally! Finally got my Hands 2 Help Challenge Quilt top completed!! I've struggled with this one!!
Diane sent me some beautiful bright fabrics along with a soothing gray. (Her blog -- click here -- is just beautiful, too!) I added fabrics from my stash and this is the finished flimsey:
The quilt has to be in the mail no later than the end of this week, so I'll be putting it on the Hobby Quilter tomorrow to finish it up and get it mailed on time.
My friend Pat from upstate New York :-), the Project Linus Coordinator in our area, volunteered to send a quilt for the children in Romania!! Pat's quilt, like mine, is bright colors -- and she used the cutest print for the backing!! I'm so thrilled to have an extra quilt to send with mine!!
Seems like for weeks now that I've spun my wheels and not gotten much done, but perhaps I've turned a corner by getting Jennifer's quilt top (last post) and this one complete.
I need to work on Farmer's Wife blocks this week, complete a block for a friend (due on Saturday), get my club's Mystery Quilt installment written...
Lots to do!
My church is reading the Gospel of John together during the next 21 days -- one chapter a day. Today was the first day and first chapter. It tickled me to read that a couple of John the Baptist's desciples followed Jesus about the "tenth hour." :-) (Wonder if they were working on quilts for orphans?! :-D)
Even more impressive, though, is Andrew's response to Jesus:
The first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon and tell him, “We have found the Messiah” (that is, the Christ). And he brought him to Jesus. (John 1:41-42a)It's never too late -- 10th hour or no! -- to know Jesus. It's never to late to tell someone else and bring them to Him!!