The baby quilt is bound and ready to go to its new home. Washed and dried and soft, and crinkled-up just like I like it.
With a gingham-looking back that sort of matches the old-fashioned feel of the charm squares.
There is lots of shopping to do here before we go--need to find some presents and clothes for the kids in Houston, a book for Menucha to read on the plane. I have to cut some leaves for the applique project I'm making. Applique is a good thing to do while waiting for HOURS in airports and sitting on the plane. My husband is leaving for the States tomorrow night. I hope his flight will be okay. Luckily the airport in Israel hasn't had to shut down and flights are going from here to the States as usual. But of course all flights to Europe have been cancelled. I feel so bad for all the people whose flights were cancelled, and the many travellers who were stranded far from home. Hope things will go back to normal soon.