I sewed for 7 1/2 hours today...piecing the improv star blocks...making the top...quilting the serpentine stitching with the walking foot. This is Madison's quilt. I do love it!
Closer look at the wavy quilting.
It felt good to sit and sew for hours today. I haven't had much spare time of late. Each night this past week I got home late, took my beloved hot bath and went to bed. I needed to make headway with creativity and I did!
Tomorrow will be more sewing. First thing I must do is do alterations on Jill's dress for her son, Alan's wedding in a few weeks. I have to take the lace bodice dump at the shoulders, shouldn't be a difficult job, just a bit time consuming.
I really want to get a 16" x 16" piece done for the Quilt Alliance annual challenge. Hoping tomorrow I get inspired to get it done.
Of course I have many, many, many UFO 's awaiting my hand and any one of them might find their way to the machine!
I have learned:
1. "Girls". A very well written show. Like.
2. CT scan didn't confirm diverticulitis diagnosis but did detect a possible 3 cm mass in my colon.
Great. Not really. Colonoscopy scheduled for Friday. Prayers welcome my friends.
3. Dave & Melissa will marry July 12. Good.
4. I. Want. To. Go. To. NYC. Sooner. Than. Later.