It would not suprise me in the least if I downloaded my mail someday and learned that my blogging licence had been revoked. Much has been happening, but I've either been remiss in photographing details, or things just don't seem blogworthy. But here goes anyway:
The week before last I was playing doorbell tag with our friendly Fedex driver. He'd either ring the bell while I wasn't home or I'd wait most of the day for him. Finally we caught up, and my Montmellick quilt came home from France:
She's living happily with other quilts on the new rack until I decide what other outings she can go on this year :-)
I've also been spending a little time sewing. For baffling reasons I felt I needed to sew a bazillion one inch finished half square triangles. I think I'm about one third the way through that bazillion, and I'm pretty much worn out ...
But I'll keep going, because they're just so darn cute. Wow, doesn't that close up photo show a million tiny flaws? We'll just pretend all my points are perfect and I'll be happy :-) And just FYI those green bits are half inch finished strips with mitred corners, they took some doing!!
I'm also slowly collecting fabric for a worshop I'm attending next week with the wonderful Di Ford-Hall. I've got a few bits and pieces together:
My goodness, the workshop is next weekend!! I really need to ramp up the pace on the collecting of requirements and doo-dads. I am really hoping I'll have most of what I need in my stash ... and I'm not sure about the background just yet. But honestly, I've been joking with some of my friends that you can see my stash from space ... there must be something suitable in there ...
Well, that's about all I have to share for now ... I need to get busy in the sewing room. Sadly not continuing on my HST journey, but rather making up a William Wallace costume for Camo's history assignment ... how on earth do I get roped into these things???