Weekly Progress - The End

Oh, Oklahoma... I never much liked you. With the extreme summer heat, the mediocre winters, the poisonous spiders, the tornadoes...and the wind. Seriously. The wind. Even in the summer, it just felt like living in a blow dryer. I really only liked September-November here.

But there are great people, of course, who will be missed. People, groups, and places who helped hone my skills in quilting and running. I ran my first half marathon here {well, in Florida. But while living here.} I took my first quilting class here {well, I made a half dozen or so quilts before that...but we don't talk about those.}

I went to my LQS, Prairie Quilt, one last time this week, to use my punchcard discount. Since I'm being a responsible adult, I bought backing for a quilt I already have on the list and a pattern that's on the list. {And a fat quarter for a quilt that's on the list that doesn't really need more fabric, but whatever. Mostly responsible adult.}


 My last batch of squadron baby blankets.

My last t-shirt quilt.
{Okay, not really. I have a pile of shirts to take with me for the next one.}

No Rainbow Scrap leader/ender blocks, since there was nothing but some quilting this week. I did originally say I didn't have much teal, but I realized, hello, half of Boardwalk is aqua/teal! But also packed.

Speaking of packed...

Don't the packers know that it's Projects In Grocery-sacks? Do we need to start calling them FIZ?