Our tennis tournament was cancelled again today because of sporadic rain. After getting the courts all dried off this morning, the skies opened with a downpour. Tennis is messed up this week with us playing somewhere else to accomodate finishing up the tournament. I am not upset as more rain means water for the desert and more sewing time for me.
I finished getting my swap blocks put together and added some borders from my stash to get it to a good size for donation. Not sure where this will go but one of my favourite charities will be the recipient. This is the very last of my 6½" blocks that I swapped with my Wednesday Diva group. This is a ufo that will get quilted and bound later in the spring.
And I played with the Eleanor Burns ruler for flying geese. This one makes 4" x 8" blocks and I set them as shown in her book. Not too sure if I need an outer border to finish it off? It is a good size for a crib quilt as is. These are my reprod and Aunt Gracie fabrics that I have been collecting for a long time and have had the best of intentions to use them up in some donation and baby quilts. I have enough left over to begin another quilt just like this one.
While writing this, we went from sunshine back to rain, dark and gloomy skies.