11.27 On to something new….for someone new
After a wonderful family day yesterday, we got a slow start this morning, to say the least. But a couple hours of deflating, folding, cleaning, and re-assembly and the house is looking a bit better. I still need to put the HQ16 back together – and install the new handles – but that’ll wait until later today (or tomorrow).
So what’s next? Well, the next “big” project is a baby quilt for the prettiest little girl you can imagine. Before you get too excited, though, I’m only posting sneak peeks of fabric and progress until it’s gifted. My quilting friends will recognize the fabrics, and the pattern once I start piecing, but they’re a devious, secretive bunch (as are my non-quilting friends, come to think of it) so there’s no harm in that. This promises to be a quick project, however, so only a little patience will be required.
What else is cooking? Finishing up bee blocks and the binding on the mini Irish Chain, the tutorial for the Kindle cover, and some fun Christmas projects. With the big quilts done (until I start the next one) and the holiday mischief about to ramp up, there should be plenty to share – so if you were “worried” that once NaBloPoMo was over I’d go away quietly, you are sadly mistaken, dear Reader!
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