Saturday, November 15, 2014

Partly sewn.......

The thirteen rows on the left are sewn together and pressed.  I started unpicking more pieces and then wandered off and did a bunch of other things.

It didn't reach 30 degrees yesterday, mighty chilly!  Monday and Tuesday are supposed to be in the low 20s and then we will warm up to above freezing.  I didn't get all of my pots emptied yet so I still have some outside work to do.

Photos below of what is blooming at my house.  The pink/white 2 tone are still blooming too.





 

8 comments:

B Hunter said...

Don't you love how the "other things" can creep into your time/day. I saw some Cacti at the grocery the other day... they were big... and more than I wanted to spend...

Lostinspace said...

If I had cactii like that in my home I would constantly wander off to wonder at them. Also that un-picking stitching thing looks a bit intense to me, I would need breaks!

LynneP said...

Another beautiful TAW! You sure do have a way with fabric. Are you the fabric whisperer? :)

Hedy Hahn said...

It's going to be beautiful. I have seen this fabric/quilt and it is fabulous. It is really cold down here too, winter is going to be long and cold.

Needled Mom said...

Brr. I'll bet those cacti are happy to be inside in that weather. Great progress on the TAW!

Mystic Quilter said...

TAW is coming along in leaps and bounds and I like that it looks so different having used the Keiko Goke fabrics. Love the pink/white cactus.





JJM said...

Nice progress and blossoms. We had a high of 23 on Thursday. Today it is hovering over 18. But the sun has been out and I can take any temp as long as the sun is out.

JJM

HollyM said...

My goodness, I've been neglecting my blog reading! It's fun to catch up though. I live your TAW quilt and the fabrics.
I ha pave a cactus but it hasn't bloomed in several years. It has grown and seems very healthy. Perhaps I should research it.