Monday, August 10, 2009

As of yesterday the blades were still parked by the on ramp. I guess no one can move them even if they wanted to steal them.

Sarah's quilt is still in progress. The half hexes are almost all in rows. Should get that done tomorrow.

And, if I'm really dedicated and/or lucky, I'll get at least half the rows sewn together.

After an hour to an hour and a half of sewing I find I'm worn out and need to take a break. And, heaven knows, I'm not a fast sewer!

And, Amy, the "filler" hexagons is Kona snow. At least I'm pretty sure that is what it is. I bought it years ago to make something else. I raided a pig that wasn't even started to get the fabric. I figure when I get to that project I'll check the stash or buy something new.

Tomorrow -- more sewing, meeting a quilting buddy from Maryland, and chatting with Jackie at A Stitch in Time in Honesdale.

Happy Quilting All


  1. Sew on and sew interesting on how you are doing.

    Me, well I am still decluttering my latest projects and getting close to being organized again.

  2. OOOH when I saw the last post I was thinking Kona Snow. I love it...and that quilt is screamin for it.

    Get to work girl friend...I can't wait to see this one finished.



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