Bad news: Job #1 has been so slow I have had far too many mornings with barely any medical transcription work. Good news: I had a bunch of time to sew before going to Job #2 and completed all the sashing for the Flowers for Nana Girl quilt.
I laid it out and started constructing the rows, even got two of the rows stitched together by late last night. Three more block rows to assemble; then I need to stitch all rows for the center before moving on to the borders. My goal is to have this quilt finished by the end of the month. I have batting but will have to purchase flannel backing. Don't know why I didn't get that last weekend when I was at JoAnn's. Duh.
A shamefully overdue Quilts for Kids project is still awaiting basting, quilting, and binding. I want to send another quilt in with it but have a question. Are skulls and flames too aggressive for a donation quilt for sick kids? I've read that teenaged boys are a neglected segment and feel this combo of fabrics from my stash might appeal. It will be an abbreviated strippie quilt with just these three fabrics. Opinions, please!