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The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, June 14, at the Levy County Quilt Museum. It was a work day, rearranging the tables, sorting notions and showing off new aprons. We got a lot done and enjoyed being able to visit with each other. Ann and Joyce brought in new aprons. We made patterns of some of the aprons and loved the rick rack that Joyce had put on her apron.
Friday the boys were out and they worked hard. We had gotten in two large rolls of batting — probably 6-7 feet long and 3-4 feet in diameter. They had to move things around till the space between the kitchen and sewing room had a wide path. The batting was then cut into 9-foot lengths and each section was folded and rolled for storage and later use. The 9-foot by 6-7-foot section will make a king size quilt. Some of the boys were kept busy cutting the grass which had really grown thanks to the rain. Thanks so much Lancaster.
Doris is coming along on the museum area. She’s ready to look into the boxes that we had filled earlier and put some of the items back out. Come out and take a look some time.
The rocking chairs have been dusted off and are ready for rocking.