Last week my quilt group put our top on the frame - I didn't really help as only so many people can stand and hold the edges... so I took a photo!
The day before I left on vacation 3 of us got together to make the corner blocks, well - what a project! In 3 hours the 3 of us got 1 done (the block is paper pieced and then later was reverse appliqued into the border). M. did the other 3 and she told me that it took her 30 hours, plus she seriously strained her eye - ouch. So, we all learned how time consuming small paper pieced blocks can be! I wish I could have helped more with these corner blocks, but we had only decided in the meeting before to make them, so I did what I could before leaving.
I am not sure how much quilting I will do as my hands/fingers hurt from the cold weather. We are discussing starting another smaller quilt to raffle for funds for our group, so I will probably just bring my cutting stuff and sewing machine today to work on that. Last year our main quilt raised $6,000 for Rotary (!!!) and our smaller quilt raised mid $300s (can't remember the exact amount) for our own group. Our group pays the church where we meet (to help cover the high cost of utilities) and we have other small expenses, so we were very pleased last year with our small raffle quilt!