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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A little ditch quilting......

The only sewing I did yesterday was to ditch quilt a few more H's. I felt like I was getting a migraine so I was working a little slow all day. The weather is changing today so it may still develop but I hope it doesn't.

I made a trip to the house where the Quilts of Valor donated fabrics are and chose selections for Take 5 quilt kits. I choose the fabrics and another lady does the cutting with her Studio die cutter. These are the kits that people take home to work on so we like to have a bunch ready all the time.

7 comments:

Lynne said...

I hope it doesn't become a fullblown migraine!

Sewing Junkie said...

So far I am ok. No headache. Sounds like you have pleanty to do with the H quilt. Chris

Jody said...

Jackie from Canton quilted my H quilt and as soon as I bind it I want you, my inspiration, to see it! My daughter loved it.

Needled Mom said...

I do hope that migraine does not go full blown. You do not need that with all the fun sewing there is to do.

Anonymous said...

You always accomplish more than the rest of us without a headache. Weather patterns sure do play a significant part in our headache health. I think the winter months are the worst for that.

We had a 'Chinook' last night and on into the wee hours of the morning.... As I write this it is 45 degrees and to hit 50 for the high today. Then snow in the mountains tonight... No wonder our head aches ! Not to speak of our bodies.

J~MT

Anonymous said...

This is about your Christmas cactus. I made the picture the background for my computer's opening page. It is beautiful! Thanks for growing it. I can enjoy its beauty without any fuss on my part.
Always enjoy your blog.

Muddling Through said...

Seeing all those beautiful fabrics tumbling around on your table just makes me happy. This is one beautiful quilt!