It took most of a day to set up the quilting machine, but it was completely worth it. The new quilt is done! I think that I will call it Beachside.
We've been enjoying our daily sunrise walk. It will be sad when school starts again and the mornings get busy. Speaking of school, our governor released a plan yesterday to open all the schools at full capacity starting in July, so that will be interesting. I'm on our schools reopening committee which meets via Skype next week. High school and social distancing don't go well together, so things are going to be fascinating. I don't been to be overly paranoid, but we are setting daily records of new cases right now and we have the Republican National Convention to look forward to now.
While the quilting frame was assembled, I quilted up a top for a co-worker of Kurt's.
So that left today to sew together the bottom border for Dear Jane. The blocks were all done, and now they are joined together. Not sure if I will sew the row onto the quilt now or later.
Anna was sad that her summer job as a camp counselor in Philadelphia went away when the camp was cancelled. She just managed to find another job though at a different camp in Maine and she is excessively excited right now. She needs help booking flights and getting a Covid test before next week. She also wants some new masks before she leaves and has already picked out fabric. Life is never dull around here.