There has been sewing going on despite my busy days.
That's a banner for a little friend who is now a big sister.
Below, a fall quilt, not Halloween, those are scarecrows. I stuffed it with polar fleece instead of the normal batting due to not having any and having too much fleece. Even though it's the thin baby-like fleece, it is heavy. I won't do that again.
Next is the Flying Geese. No binding yet, but on the couch looking pretty.
The next project is a hanging bookcase/shelf/library. That's the outline of a cat I'm not going to use and those books down there are also not being used but, you get the idea. I went to Joann's and got loads of fabric at 1/8 of a yard, that's 41/2 inches. Plenty to make books. The cutter was not happy with me. Most of them came to under a dollar. No use buying a half yard when all I need is a few inches. I got my teacher's discount card for an extra 15% off even sale items.
The best part of the book making is the practice with paper piecing. I waiting for Raining Cats and Dogs to come in. There is a pattern that looks like my granddog Dander. He's a Labradoodle, a triangular head which lends itself to nice quilting. Here's the one I love.
Knee update: still hurts...ugh. Getting some WD40 for knees in a couple of weeks.
Go get a flu shot! I thought I had a little while longer before the plague hit. Seems my immune system thought it was late October a week ago. That's my time to get sick from one of the rugrats every year.