First the pictures!
I have been working on a project and forgot to ask if it was OK to share it here, but I will tell you this much…
I have been given the rare honor to repair some vintage quilts for a dear friend. I am applying bindings to both, and replacing some lost stitching and a couple of disintegrated patches on the other!
This one is a basket design, but I haven’t located its name yet!
This one needs binding only and will be finished quickly.
A simple Dresden design called Sunflower is below.
However, this one, in addition to binding needs more extensive work
Such trust in my nouveau abilities has inspired me to work on a project I had long wanted to do, but did not have faith in my abilities to accomplish! Needless to say, the fabric has been flying fast and furious here in my studio.
Making my Log Cabin blocks inbetween working on the vintage quilts…
meant that the fabric FLEW!
I was not kidding about that fabric flying… look in the bottom of the glass. ‘-)
And here it is, my log cabin blocks to be made into a table mat. This will need quilting and binding and will be for sale on my Etsy site.
And now the news…
The Little Dog is out of his trusses and Lederhosen! His bite is healed and now the fur needs to grow back in.
We are ALL very happy about that!
And me? Well, I had my MRI on my knee on Wednesday. Today the Doctor mentioned a torn meniscus, a cyst, and surgery. I think I will be putting this off for a few weeks so I can make preparations here. I will be packing, sorting and prepping for another yard sale, the grand opening of my Etsy shop (yes, really this time) and… reducing my livestock. Which, by the way, does not include my GEESE!
These were all practical considerations in our preparation to *move, I am just deciding to take care of them NOW instead of later. It will make my life and healing more copacetic and also mean that I won’t have to pile one more thing onto Bob’s already busy daily routine.
*Move? Did I actually mention moving? Well, yes I did… but it will still be a while. You think the summer’s end is a good goal to shoot for? Yes?
Well, so do we, but we’ll see about that!