I was pushed past my comfort zone! Well maybe I was gently guided.
Two wonderful ladies from my church stopped by two weeks ago. They told me about their work with “Project Linus“. They knew that I liked to sew and asked me if I would help. I told them I had never made a quilt and didn’t know anything about quilting. They assuered me I wouldn’t have any trouble, everything I needed was all in the kits they made up, and all I needed to know was how to sew. LOL
Now I ask you, how could I say no? How hard could it be. It shouldn’t take a lot of time everything was all cut up for me and all I had to do was put it together. They left three kits and departed.
I opened the first kit. Yes, there were top pieces. Yes, there was backing material. Yes, there was even batting. But what wasn’t there were the instructions.
This book was so helpful.
It has you work through lessons. After lesson one you have a mugrug of sorts. Ok, mine had some problems.
I learned a lot working through this but I was still left with these kits unmade. So I decided to take it one step at a time.