I spent a lot of time in my sewing room last week. I accomplished a lot, but only one picture to share this morning. My home internet service is completely out - a change of service providers here and they only will sign me up for a two-year contract. Since I'm only here for a couple of more months, I certainly can't do that as they do not service the little town I'm moving to. So I'll just have to work off my iPhone tether until I get moved and get service there. I feel so out of touch.
All of the Weeds blocks are made. This is the cute Me and My Sister pattern. I just need to press these and assemble the top.
I also picked up two of the many quilts I dropped off to be quilted, and I got the binding all done on those two. One is the purple and green batik for my hairdresser, and the other is a small quilt. I'll try to get pictures posted of those this week. If I cross my fingers and hold my mouth just right I can get a picture downloaded!
I opened a box and found three or four mini quilt tops I made over the past couple of years. I'm just going to grid quilt those myself and get them done. The backings were with them. I'll try to get those sandwiched and pinned this week - after I get the two tops for Brenda Riddle's Quilted Comfort project off to the quilter. I've put off doing those because I have a tough time piecing those backings with a limited range of motion in one arm and a bum neck and back. (Dang, I'm falling apart in my old age!) No more procrastinating, though! Time to get them where they need to go!
You know how I always say I have to do everything twice? Well, the hospital called me late Friday. Apparently all the blood I gave them last Wednesday wasn't enough, so I have to go back this morning and do it all over again. Naturally I asked if they would just do one more vial to get the amount they need. Nope. They need to just start the process over and get four vials this time instead of three. At least I don't have to go back through outpatient registration; I can go straight to the
My next projects are going to be whatever I can get my hands on here without unpacking tubs of fabric. I should have planned better and kept some things out. This past month has been so surreal. Planning to move was absolutely NOT on my to-do list for this year!