Well, these aren't the quilts I'm most proud of, to say the least, but they are completed.
First is the next Project Linus quilt. I guess it's readily apparent that I have kind of enjoyed doing nine patch lately.
Next is a John Deere quilt. This one has a little story. You may recall that we went to Nebraska to help celebrate my uncle's 80th birthday in July. This same uncle has always been a farmer, and the table centerpieces, as well as the decorations, were John Deere based. It was so fitting for him. When we left my aunt's house, she gave to me a piece of John Deere fabric that had been used on a table. I decided then that I would get more and use it in a quilt. I started the quilt, and then about three weeks ago we learned that my uncle is facing some very serious health issues, so I hurried to get it completed and sent to him. It isn't the greatest quilt in the world, but hopefully he will enjoy it and know I love him.
Last is another crocheted towel. These make great TV watching or car riding projects, since I always like to be doing something.
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