Off my design wall--and finished! This is a charm pack Moda Love quilt--a free pattern, here.
Last week was a hard one for this hunker-downer. The pressure at work with telemedicine patients, new technology, crowded internet, training sessions/learning a new EHR, not being able to see my family or go anywhere--really got to me. Shhh, don't tell, but...
I got a home manicure from my friend (we both wore masks the whole time). I had been wearing bandaids on two fingernails that continuously split for weeks and superglue before that. I gave my friend the Love quilt...she was thrilled, loved the red in the center, her fave color. The first Love quilt I made was for her daughter a few years ago. My friend told me that she sees that quilt every time she Facetimes with her daughter living out of state, as it is always on her daughter's bed. That makes me happy!
Over the weekend a lot more time was spent sewing on all the borders to the Summer Breeze quilt I showed earlier this month. I tend to make borderless quilts but really liked the design for this one.
Pattern by Kim Brackett from her Scrap Basket Surprises book--she made hers of Robyn Pandolph prints. It's a nice throw size and just the bit of cheerfulness I needed to finish up the weekend. More quilts are being released from their boxes and totes. I'm trying really hard not to start anything else new!