I also have made some wall "Santa" hangings to sell. See below.
Last weekend I was a vendor in Polk County Oregon and have 2 more craft shows this month. I don't need to make any more things for those, but have other sewing projects to complete. I am almost finished with a kids quilt that will be donated to the police/fire department to keep in their cars in case they need to remove a child. That sounds awful, doesn't it. But it is necessary some times and the guild I go to is collecting quilts at our November meeting,
Then there is a baby quilt (basted) for my hair stylist. She is due this month. She is a sweet girl and I want to make something for her baby. Oh, and there is a baby shower at church next Sunday. I bought some really soft fabric, kind of like minky to make a little blanket.
I have my Round Robin quilt basted so I can get it quilted in time for the December guild meeting when we will reveal them, plus a kind of large green donation quilt waiting to be quilted.
My hubby has been having some health problems and we don't yet know if we will be able to travel to see the 2 sons who don't live near us like we had planned to do. It's hard to make any plans right now. We really want to see those 2 families, but I could be happy staying home too. As one gets older, one really doesn't want to travel as much - at least I don't.
My partner in (crime), I mean business, and I decided we want to make simple aprons to use when we are vending, with Christmas fabric on one side and sewing fabric on the other side. So, we want to get those done by Friday. We can easily get Christmas fabric at the local quilt shop and I have some fabric with spools of thread, or sewing machines that we could use for the other side. (All my Christmas fabrics are small pieces so not large enough for an apron).
Our local son won't be here for Thanksgiving (he'll be working in Montana that week) and I have decided that we will go out to eat for our Thanksgiving dinner. I'm getting too old to do all that cooking. My granddaughter that lives nearby can't eat a lot of regular food and since they live with his parents, they will eat with them. We can get together another day, as we like to talk about sewing, etc. And I can make a gluten free cake for her - she usually brings her food with her. She loves to sew and does a lot of it by hand. At times she comes over to use my serger. Her brother is a student at Notre Dame and probably won't be coming home for Thanksgiving.
I just finished the quilt that I will donate to the police. Nothing fancy, just 9-patches and it's about 36" square.
I will try to be better about blogging. I treasure the friends I have made and love it when I take a few moments to read your blogs. I don't want to lose that. I will probably still be sewing when I am a 90 year little old lady and will still be making quilts to donate. I'll still have scraps to sew together!
Happy sewing and blogging!!