Tuesday, January 20, 2009

MLK Day work continues

Here's where the MLK Day work on a charity quilt has ended with more work on Inauguration Day. I began putting the blocks together last night. Today I added the muslin inner border and the red second border. Now I'm auditioning two different blues for the final border. I think this will make a "boy" quilt with the Blue theme and then the red border fabric has pictures of cowboy stuff.This will be a neo-natal quilt for the Guild collection in March.

After all the Inauguration TV watching and then the evening news, Charlie and I watched a video of MLK's "I Have a Dream" speach tonight--and there was the Washington Mall again, full of people, but in 1963! We both remember watching that event on TV at the time. What an amazing change in our country. God bless Obama and keep him safe. And may we all do our part to sacrifice for the good of others.


That I lived to see this day in America
Footcare nurses so happy and fun
Charlie's REAL first day of retirement (Mondays were his day off)

1 comment:

jovaliquilts said...

It's looking great, Sara! Thanks so much for participating.