I'm happy to report that I actually have made some progress on my Super Nova Quilt.
I'm this close to a finished top.
I've decided on a new project, and I'm hoping it will work out with Elizabeth's new quilt along. I'm making a quilt for the Army Baby Quilts organization. Volunteers make baby quilts for mothers who are expecting a baby while their husbands are serving in the Army overseas. As soon as I read about it I wanted to help. My father is a veteran of the Vietnam War and my oldest brother was born while he was serving. My mother always talked about how that was one of the hardest things she ever had to do. Not only was she worried sick about my dad, but to have a newborn on her own...I know I can't imagine!
The requirements are simple: baby quilts (at least 40 inches x 40 inches) made out of red, white and blue fabrics. I thought I could probably handle it.
I've had this pile of fabric sitting out hoping inspiration would strike.
To see how others are progressing go to Elizabeth's (not Lee's this week).