I’m finished – 16 pillowcases that will go to Alycia’s QOV project to hold the quilts that will be presented to wounded soldiers in May 2009.
And here’s the whole stack!
This will add 16 yards to my stashed used total for the year and other than these pillowcases, I have no other progress to report this week. Next up a walk in the snow to a local pub to watch a bit of the Washington game….then hopefully, if my day goes as planned, I’ll get one more top quilted for November.
THey look so pretty hanging over the rail. Good job with the stash busting. Guess I should get downstairs and work on some more stash busting/pillowcases.
That’s fantastic!>>I hope they have great beer at the pub because the game sucks so far – unless you are a Giants fan!
Your pillowcases look wonderful. I think you did fabulous for this week with your goals. Enjoy the snow and the game. I’m taking a break from the football games. We’ve had a game on since mid-week. Hope to watch the Atlanta Falcon game later today. Take care!
Great job Mary!
wow – you’ve been busy…they look so pretty all stacked up.
Great job!!!! I bet it is a great feeling to put those scraps to a wonderful use.
WTG Mary! What a great day!!! Tomorrow I finish the coach’s quilt!>laurie
Excellent job, Mary … been doing a little stitching and watching the Steelers (home team) and Patriots game … hasn’t stopped raining and it looks SO cold … glad for my warm, cozy sewing room! Flatlander (Linda)
Wow! Impressive. They look great, and will be very much appreciated, I’m sure.
Sixteen yards busted?! Wow, I need to do this! Great job.
Well done Mary! What a wonderful thing you are doing 🙂 They will be very much appreciated I think 🙂
Those pillowcases look so cheerful all spread out like that! I hope someone shows them all together like this so that the soldier receiving can choose!
They are beautiful!!>Thank you for your support of our soldiers. You may not hear this enough, but we/they do appreciate all the support and gifts they recieve.>My DH is a Chaplain Candidate in the Army, and has been deployed twice. I also have a nephew who is Walter Reed right now, recieving medical care after a severe injury in Afganistan.>Thanks again.