My Homes of Hope Quilt got it's binding on, and sewn down and a label. I am pleased with it. It was quick and made partially from donated fabric and I had the dark red fabric in my stash so it was meant to be. It is single bed size. I think it would be suitable for a boy in those darker colours.( looks like the middle needs a press - strange how photos pick up detail like that )
I used PhotoFabric to print out 2 pages of labels that the ladies could sew on their quilts. We weren't quite sure what we should put but knew they needed some sort of label. I fitted 14 ( all saying the same thing ) in on a page so was happy with that. I like the way using the computer and printer the words look very neat and legible.
It is quite a ( nasty ) coincidence that last Thursday when I was writing my post about Trixie daffodils , just a couple of miles up the road from that spot a member of our extended family was having an accident on a bulldozer on the farm. Unfortunately he was thrown off and the bulldozer crushed him. He was 64 and a lovely fun person. What a waste!. ( we have known him for 40+ years ) SO today we are off down country ( 5 hours drive ) to Wanganui and Waverley to attend his funeral tomorrow. (Why was I think about that part of the country right then ?) ( I have that happen quite a lot ).
I won't be back here reading blogs till Thursday.