I've come to the conclusion that the overarching goal for all of us this month is to remain virus-free and pray for an end to this world-wide plague. To that end, I've spent the last few days of March making some face masks for our small local hospital. At this point there are 21 for the hospital, 2 for my daughter and boyfriend who are still working at their work site, two for my husband, and I'll be making another two for myself later today. Some of the ones going to the hospital:
I'd planned to have this top completed by the end of March. That didn't happen with the face mask project, so wrangling some borders onto this will be my April OMG. Calling this one Sherbet Jumble, it will be a donation quilt, possibly for the camp auction, if we're able to hold one this year.
I think I'm going with this border option:
These fabrics were part of a lovely gift for our quilt ministry from Lynn at Sew'n Wild Oaks after I was the lucky winner of her recent "name this quilt" giveaway of her book on quilter's math.
Adding this to the One Monthly Goal April linkup on Patty's Elm Street Quilts blog. Hoping April isn't as interminably long as March was.