Life delivered something of a detour Tuesday. While sewing with friends I received an urgent call from Bob who had gone to the ranch. A waterline had broken and extensive house repairs will be required. Since then, much of our time has been consumed with the situation. My HQ16 quilter had to be dismantled and removed from the house along with other valuables. Quilts, clothing and linens that can be salvaged are being laundered. Ultimately, it will work out, but in the interim things are in a mess.
As a result, I have very little quilting progress to report, but I have finally knitted up all my dishcloth yarn, except for a gigantic cone I purchased at a thrift store.
Here is my collection of 20 dishcloths for my own use as well as the gift drawer.
Today I decided to take a break and joined a friend for a visit to the quilt guild meeting in San Antonio. Gyleen Fitzpatrick delivered a wonderful program on using scraps. Lunch and two quilt stores later I was feeling much better.