Hubby and I have just returned from spending last night at the ranch. The plan was to do another bluebonnet ride over some of his favorite dirt back roads. An all-day drizzle event kept us from doing that (we’re talking one-fourth inch of moisture), so we enjoyed sitting on the front porch, listening to the rain drip off the roof and reading our Kindles.
Although I didn't set up my machine, I did a little quilt related work while there. These are more sub-units for the Texas Tumbleweed quilt being trimmed, pressed and bundled into groups of 10. I need 144 of these and think I now have about 90. Using Bonnie Hunter’s suggested method; I’m also getting a bunch of bonus half square triangle units that are not to be used in this project.
Although I no longer have my Handiquilter there, the ranch house still has my best ironing station. Its base is an old buffet I inherited. The top was purchased from a friend who had an extra.
We have a less than 50% chance of more rain this afternoon or tonight, but if it does come it will probably be in the form of storms.