I've had a great weekend. We came to Maryland on Wednesday to volunteer at the 200-mile relay in which our son ran. It was a lot of fun and I met lots of nice people.
I brought my small Janome and finished sewing on the binding for a snowman quilt I made for my daughter-in-law. She bought the fabric a year ago last Thanksgiving and I worked on it during my bee retreat in March. Then I really got started and sewed down the binding for two quilts - hers and my April UFO! I am so excited to finish my UFO - I started it in the mid-90's. It was a block of the month from Quakertown Quilts in Friendswood, TX. I had to complete the last block in 1999 because there were no zeros or twos on the instructions. :) If you look closely you can see that the bottom left hand block is dated 1999. I have looked at it for a long time trying to figure out how to quilt it. I finally decided that stitch in the ditch was the best so I dove in. I am very pleased with the results and delighted that it is one more project off my To Do List.
I was also a good grandma while I was here. I mended three pairs of pants (for the adults) and repaired Bunny and sewed a wheel back on a car that is loved. I figure I earned my keep. :)