So, I am back to the grindstone. Not really a grindstone, since I do enjoy my stressless job. Although, I had kept my surgery to myself, everyone seemed to know and was wanting to find out the results of my biopsy test. For those that may not have read my response in a previous blog, I am cancer free. No more surgery or tests. Maybe a small pill down the road, if my thyroid doesn't function with just one gland.
Over the week-end, I attended Groovy Girls with my sisters. I had finished last month's project and provided it for show & tell. Here it is for all of you to see.
Cute napkin and tea bag holders made with timtex, skinny hair ties and buttons.
I was awake at 3:00 AM, on Sunday, so got up and started my day. I selected fabrics, and did cutting for the mystery quilt that I am planning for one of my quilt guilds, MQN. My plan is to use this forum to demo the mystery, so that members can have access from home to pictures and instructions. Anyone interested in trying it out, is welcome to join in. This will be my first time writing my own mystery, but I am excited about the project. More to come later.
So, Monday is winding down. I am leaving work to help my daughter hem some new maternity pants. She cannot bend over to pin them and expect to mark them accurately. So, I get the pleasure. She plans to stitch the new hem herself. Hurray! My eldest daughter is actually learning to use the sewing skills Mom instructed her on as a child.
Enjoy your Stitching!