My son plays on a vintage base ball team, rules circa 1864. The games are played on a field with corn stalks in the back (yes, they do have to go into the corn to field balls) and people bring blankets and picnic baskets to enjoy an afternoon of this gentleman's game (and there are women who play also!). Watching these games is idyllic for any baseball fan.
You might recall I made my son a special uniform shield for his last big birthday.
Well, the creative mind in my household (my husband!) observed that our new grandson needed to have a shield to watch his father's games!
This bib was so much fun to make, I'm sure there will be more in the future! Here is the tutorial I used.
My Tula Pink City Sampler has moved to the quilting stage. This is an epic quilt and therefore warrants an epic quilting effort. Even though I am using my Sweet Sixteen to FMQ it, given the size and weight of this beauty, quilting still equates to a workout. And good news, my FitBit gives me steps while quilting!! Win win!!
I finished my second knitting project. The pattern is from the Craftsy class Knit Lab. Nothing fancy but the right project for building knitting muscle memory.
My third project is a shawl with all kinds of increases and decreases. Another long term project I suspect!
Off to "exercise" with my Tula Pink quilt!