Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative, the door opened for a volunteering opportunity. Fellow guild member Eileen (yes, she who made my Modern Art Quilt Challenge and she whose AAQI art quilt I bought) are scanning the Priority Quilts that are donated to AAQI. Those scans are then uploaded to the AAQI website, and we ship the scanned quilts to Ami Simms in Flint, MI, where she and her volunteer staff there auction and sell them.
Here's tomorrow's work lined up on the studio stairs. Quilts from Washington and from New Hampshire. From Texas to Minnesota. I may not be sewing as much, but in some ways that's ok. To be selective about what quilting projects I work on is a good thing.
Next up? A quilt for Brandon - he just got a new big bed. And on the subject of grandchildren, John and I went to Brookfield Zoo today because granddaughter Natalie (yes, the one who helped me reoganize my fabrics in July) was a part of the Dolphin Show!