Two Fridays ago, I received an invitation from the gals of the South Bay Area Modern Quilt Guild to attend their Sew Day. I jumped at the chance- the siren song of a clean, uncluttered space with just the sound of sewing machines and quilt-focused chatter proved too strong to resist.
I worked very industriously on Kieran's brick quilt (there's a nice in-progress photo here, courtesy of Anne). The entire top should have been finished, but poor planning after laying out the blocks the night before required that I work on one row at a time instead of chain piecing everything at once to keep them in "random" order. Note to self- next time, number the blocks!
Most of the top was sewn up before I left Sew Day (it was 4 rows shy of completion). We've had an extended heat wave in the Bay Area, and my "sewing room" (a.k.a. the front entryway) traps heat. So no sewing for me since then.
Thank goodness the heat finally broke over the weekend and we're back to mild California summer weather. I spent Sunday afternoon sewing with a quilty friend and finally completed the top:
More poor planning regarding the quilt back requires a few days' wait until the backing fabric arrives in the mail. Maybe I'll have a finish by next week.
And how was your weekend?