Here is my progress on the Red Deer Sampler.
And here is my fussy cut star for the week -- yet another Jo Morton Woodland fabric.
I also got a bit of knitting done. After a false start and some swatching, I cast on for a sweater for the boy child. It's a pattern called Cobblestone by Brooklyn Tweed. I'm using Brooklyn Tweed Shelter in Plume. (Boy Child likes purple.)
I won a lovely prize from Dawn of Collector with a Needle! Dawn has been involved with a quilt exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. She's been showing pics of the exhibit on her blog, and she gave away a copy of a book of the exhibit. To me!!
She wrapped the book up in a lovely fabric which I believe is from that coveted Circa 1825 collection from In the Beginning. Thank you so much, Dawn! I love the book and wish I could attend the exhibit in person.
The girl child came up to spend Father's Day with her dad. It seems every time she comes recently, she's used a certain blanket. For some reason, this certain blanket has become a favorite with Mia. Well, the blanket became a subject of contention this time around.
Mia decided that she would stake her claim to the blanket by sleeping on the blanket -- on the girl child. She eventually won the argument.
Thanks for stopping by and saying hi. (Can't wait for Wimbledon next week!!!!) I hope everyone has a great week!