Welcome to a scorching hot Midweek Makers!
And hot it is! We've had a several days of record setting temps - Monday our thermometer registered 106 and Tuesday 104 . I'm hoping today heads back into normal range for this time of year as I'm not one for such high heat. It really cuts into sewing, cause who wants to turn on the iron or suffer blackouts due to too much energy consumption? Just gotta lay low right now!
I want to thank all of those who participated in the National Dog Day linky party. I learned a couple things from reading about everyone's pups plus the answers to my fun giveaway questions. The most memorable post was the ice cream dog treats located in stores next to people ice cream - what marketing genius! And the answers to 'what's the most unusual item your dog has chewed' were both scary and pretty funny, though I'm sure funny wasn't the case at the time!
The lucky winners of the giveaways were Beth S, Donna W and Peggy G. All of you have received your patterns via email - enjoy making the blocks! We'll celebrate National Dog Day again next year so mark your calendars for August 26, 2023!
Now it's time to see works in progress from last week.
From DonnaleeQ, this great looking fire engine,
from Robinson Row, a UFO named Frolic that's on it's way to a finish,
and from the Quiltpiecer, a very finished Coriander Christmas.
What's your share this week? Come link up!
- please link directly to your post
- please link a quilt related item
- visit with the other guests and leave some comment love
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