The 11 days since my last post have been blur. The gathering of quilters at my house turned out to be a lot of fun and I hated to see the afternoon end. As no one opened my stash closet, there were no injuries due to avalanches. However, the leftover snacks have been my undoing ever since.
Then, there was the trip to San Antonio to witness our oldest grandson’s formal swearing in ceremony for enlisting in the Marines. He won’t be called up to Boot Camp until after he completes high school this spring. The projected date is in late September. Still, it was a sobering experience.
On the quilting front: The center for my hexagon quilt is slowly taking shape. I will work on it and some additional rosettes during the Super Bowl game tonight. I just hope I remember to lift my head and look at the screen during the commercials rather than the other way around. The only teams I had any affiliation with have been eliminated. So, as DH is fond of saying, I don’t have a dog in this race. The commercials will be my entertainment.
I finished pin basting this Texas Tumbleweed top, a Bonnie Hunter design, and hope to start work on quilting it this week.
Linking up with Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching.