challenge from Quilting Arts magazine. Some people may remember the call Melanie Testa put out two years ago on her blog to bring attention to women with breast cancer that opted not to have reconstructive surgery. I made four of them then.
At our meeting we all sat and stitched chatted. It was wonderful! We had six in attendance and six breast pockets that Julie has kindly agreed to send in to QA.
Sue brought in her books from last month for show n tell. Her weaved binding is beautiful and the beads are so fun.
Maddi is 3 months now...
Mela is 15 months old....
Baby boy is about five weeks away from moving out of his first apartment, Melissa's womb! Last I heard Reilly is the name on top of list.
As you can see by my multi pic post I am working on my old laptop. This makes me happy. My pictures are still downloading differently but I finally figured out a way to see the images after I found them.
I have learned:
1. Season 6 of Sons of Anarchy finally on Netflix. The season finale was gut ripping, tear bursting sad.
2. Many months ago I mentioned I had gotten an email from Quarry books that something I had submitted many months before that was to be published in a book called "1000 Quilt Inspirations", coming out in February 2015. I have no idea what I sent. We will be surprised together.
3. Think I have a Ganglion cyst on my right wrist. That is the hand that has had Dupuytrens contracture