I'm going to join Patty again at Elm Street Quilts for One Monthly Goal. I love that it keeps me motivated to get my innumerable projects. So far I have made each goal.
My project this month is to clothe this doll I have gotten granddaughter Klara for Christmas.
It's an 18" doll this time. I have seen plenty of free patterns on Pinterest for 18" dolls. The problem with the Baby Alive doll I got her her BD, it is hard finding free patterns.
Yesterday I made a trip up to Chico, about a 1-1/2 hour trip one way to drop off my donations to Honey Run Quilters for the Camp Fire Victims. I knew through Lori at Humble Quilts that they were overwhelmed with fabric donations as someone had donated 50 boxes a few days before. I took up 4 quilts, some yarn and needles I heard they could use, some zippered bags, needles, hoops and a bunch of stitchery kits that had all the items necessary.
I was going to browse the shop while I was there, as I have not been in a quilt shop in 7-8 years. I have been working with my stash, and during that time, I didn't have time to quilt. Anyway I was looking forward to browsing. Well my navigation system sent me on a merry run, for about 1-1/2 hours. I was in Chico, on the right street, and it kept telling me to turn the opposite direction. I finally stopped and looked at the map and realized the navigations directions' error. My husband is disabled and can be for a 3 hour period of time, but I worried about leaving him much longer. I left him lunch, a drink and his pills in an ice chest. I tried calling him to let him know I would be later than expected, but he didn't answer. Luckily my daughter off work, and went over and spent a couple of hours with him till I got back.
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