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Saturday, July 28, 2007

block for Joshua

Now this was fun and easy this morning! A call went out on the quilting groups for blocks to cheer up Joshua who was in a bicycle accident. His mom has to assemble and quilt them. Not sure how that works with her sitting bedside and driving back and forth to the hospital. But hopefully he'll be home soon. The description was to chose fabric a teen-aged boy would like. I don't know Joshua but I don't know any teen-aged boys who aren't hardwired for music.

This was kind of a kick for me because I had just picked up the music notation fabric in the remnants bin at my local Hobby Lobby - and it was just sitting on my machine table. I have been sorting and organizing my fabric into bins and boxes. So I was able to open a box and peruse the contents easily because they are stacked so I can see the edge of every neatly folded piece of fabric - not just the one on top! Whipped this block out in just a few minutes. Yay, it's already on its way to Maine.

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