Sunday, November 22, 2009

1 down, 23 to go

I have finished a quilt block! Hooray! Mostly hooray because I have not been in much of a stitching mood here lately.
We are working on the quilt for the Killeen, TX Relay For Life. But just a little after that is the Waco, TX Relay For Life and we will need another quilt.
I haven't put that request out on the blog yet because I know stitchers are trying to finish up their Christmas stitching and I didn't want to ask too much right now.
But we are going to need another 11 squares in the ribbon colors. I have someone working on the middle square right now and I will be starting one of the smaller squares today. So hopefully over the next few weeks I can get several done myself.
Here is the teal square I finished. It was made in honor of one of my directors' mother who died of ovarian cancer.

Hopefully all you who are stitching on quilt blocks are not having too many visits from the frogs. I had a meeting with the queen frog and explained to her the rule that no frogs are allowed to visit a stitcher working on a charity project. She agreed, but had a twinkle in her eye, so who knows what that means. Let me know if I need to speak with her again!

6 comments:

crossstitchbibs said...

its beautiful Donna! I am not going very fast on mine - still getting used to the small holes!

Rae Ann said...

It looks beautiful. I'm emailing you privately.

Jo said...

Its wonderful, congratulations.

Meari said...

Love the color(s). Very pretty!

Carolyn NC said...

So pretty!

5 Foot Runt said...

That looks beautiful! If I were experienced enough to do one of those.