First, let me just preface this by saying I feel yucky. And I am not happy about it because I have a busy week planned. For starters I was going to Northwest Quilter’s tomorrow to hear Larkin Van Horn talk about beading. The meetings are practically in my neighborhood. Then on Tuesday I have to see the oncologist in the morning and I have the Stash meeting here at my house in the evening. I’m hoping it is one of those 24 hour things. I have a Little fever, chills, swollen glands and I feel like a truck ran over me.
I am excited to announce that I am going to have a website soon. You can go here to see the holding page. I have to come up with a wish list of what I want on the site so if any of you have some ideas, let me know.
On Thursday, Mr C and I went to Lake Oswego and found A Common Thread. I was happy to find them because they are a Bernina/Janome dealer and they do have thread – not as much as I had hoped. I love Superior’s King Tut thread. I did find this lovely little bundle of hand-dyed thread from the UK, called Oliver Twists.
Tomorrow is the 5th anniversary of 9/11. Have you been thinking back to that day? I remember waking up and turning of the TV while I was still in bed. They were showing a plane flying into a building. Well, the rest is history, as they say.
I was a new quilter and working on my first ever guild challenge. We were given a piece of gray and black batik which had these dancing characters. I decided to enlarge the figures in black and applique them to a wacky nine patch background. It was sort of therapeutic to have this quilt to work on as I watched the horror of those days unfold.
I kept adding more and more embellishment to the figures as if I wanted to cover up the events of those days. Here is a close-up. Please be kind, I had only been quilting for a year.
I am signing off to watch the final installment of Design Star on HGTV, I sure hope the hunky David wins.