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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Tuesday......Winding Ways day

I spent a portion of the day yesterday with friends, fellow mid-arm and long-arm quilters for show and tell and lunch.  On the way home I needed a battery for my watch which I had been without for 2 days.  It's amazing how many times I looked at my empty wrist.  Last night I made 12 more Winding Ways blocks.  I just have 16 to go for the first batch of 72.

It was over 70 degrees yesterday and is supposed to be warm today too.  I really need to get my bushes trimmed today.

8 comments:

hetty said...

Love those Winding Ways - especially the green one! It was warm here too. I love this kind of weather. Happy Bush Trimming!

Needled Mom said...

Such pretty eye candy!!

I know what you mean without having your watch on your wrist. Who knew we looked at our watches so often???

karenfae said...

It is very nice here right now too - I am enjoying the mild weather because it sounds like it will be changing by the weekend.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog

Anonymous said...

Do most of the ladies own mid-arms for their own personal use or for a business ? Had to be a fun and informative show 'n tell and lunch.

This this batch of winding ways fabrics the combinations are so pretty.

J~MT

Sharon said...

"First" batch?? How many are you making! They are beautiful.

Cathi said...

Oh, how I love those Winding Ways blocks! How many are you making?
The day I quit working in an office was the day I took off my watch -- and have never worn one since! No more tracking my time in 6-minute increments!

Millie said...

I love your winding ways in batiks. I made 4 blocks and put them back in a box. Do you have a longarm?

Vivian said...

Our warmer-than-normal temps are going to disappear in a flash. But isn't it great to walk outside in early November without a hat, heavy coat, and mittens?

Your winding ways blocks are going together so quickly. Do you pin much as you sew the curved seams? I went back through your photos and didn't see any pins.