It's been a nice weekend. On the warmer end of the spectrum, but the sewing room was cool. The Scientist in Training heads back to college today. School doesn't start till next Monday, but she's got some things to do before classes kick off. She kept me company in the sewing room Sunday as I finished off the set of masks she requested.
|Mask pattern from Laundry Basket Quilts|
The red one is for the SIT, the newspaper print for one of her friends from the school paper and the rest are for her roommate.
The rest of my stitching time was split between the two latest Bonnie Hunter Mystery quilts. The pieced borders for Frolic are finished.
|Frolic, 2019 Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt|
The pieced borders turned out nicely. Just one narrow black border left to add, then Frolic will be a finished flimsy. I might just get this one done before this year's mystery starts.
There was good progress on the other mystery, Unity. I finished the last sawtooth star last night.
|Unity, 2020 Bonnie Hunter Sew-In-Place Quilt Along|
I need to sew the last few stars together and then that length of pieced border will be ready to stitch on. I'm almost finished with step 3, finally!
That's what I've been doing in the sewing room. Linking up with Monday Making.