Covid-19 Sewing (1)
With the [semi] quarantine situation, I imagine that there will be a lot of sewing going on in a lot of studios and homes.
Yesterday I retrieved two quilts from the machinist (being careful to keep six feet apart) and have got the binding machined on.
I had prepped a few Steam Punk blocks previously and the past week saw me taking a break from appliquéing The Aunts in favor of propellers. I hand-piece the blades and when I have four sections, I hand stitch them together. The long seam that joins the two halves is done on the machine and then I appliqué the center circle.
I'm liking them. I anticipate that the next two weeks (or however long) will yield more.
Himself said that they reminded him of the radiation danger symbol from back in his Navy days where his ship had something to do with proper disposal of nuclear waste. I guess I think this impression isn't far off.