Last week we went to a sunflower maze at Straddle Creek Gardens in Lanark, Illinois. This is Ray's picture of the entrance to the maze.
There were just a few people there, early on a gorgeous day. The 'maze' was really a walk through the sunflowers.
Whenever there was a fork in the path, a question was posted. Depending on your answer, you went right or left. We pursued all wrong paths and all right paths.
The wrong paths were very short, maybe 20-40' in length and worked great if a group was coming; they could pass without being near us.
I've been playing with some Magic Star blocks. Joy of The Joyful Quilter fame shared a tutorial last March. Using two 10" squares, I quickly and easily made these two 9" blocks.
I had a plain orange layer cake and decided to use it with white. I played with a variety of layouts and settled on this one.I think I'll add a small white border and put this top in the to-be-pinned pile.
I don't have any quilt finishes but I have other finishes. First, I'll share the first Jesse Masks for DS1 and his family. The picture was snapped before I added ear/around the head straps. School is coming and kids need masks. These are custom-made according to each person's face measurements. Measuring and fitting long distance has been interesting. We'll know this week if the masks fit.
I finished this cotton/silk sweater for me. It is extremely comfortable and feels nice even in hot weather.
I also knit this hat from some leftover yarn I had. I'm not sure who will end up with it; I need to keep my hands busy so I made it.
Hopefully I'll have a finished quilt to share in a few days. Have a great day!
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