Good morning!! Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! Mine was restful and renewing...just what I needed. I added the borders to this crazy, wild quilt, to the top and bottom.
I am finding it just a bit homely and ugly...and am also finding that I like it too!! The tiniest pieces of fabric found their way into this quilt.
I am caught up with the Temecula Letters! Honestly, these take longer to cut out than they do to sew. Quick, quick!! You can catch up right here, on the Temecula Quilt Shop Blog.
I have been cutting out lots, and lots, and lots of quilts. I tend to go through phases of doing that...I sure hope I get them all sewn into something, otherwise, my progeny will wonder what in the world I was up to!! I am playing with my beloved plaids, above.
Cutting lots of stars out!! I am loving touching all these homespuns. Some are rough in texture, while some are smooth and have a flannel-like side. I love the colors, and can just imagine these plaids on a kilted Scottish warrior of old. Maybe not the pink plaid...but maybe so!! My clan plaid was green and brown, I found with a little bit of research.
Thank you so much for letting me blog a little about being a nurse. It helps to share my experiences with all of you. Please just skip the nurse's notes if they are not your cup of tea. I just love being a nurse, so intimately entwined with people's highs and lows in their lives.
Congratulations to Donna K from North Texas!! Number two was drawn, and you were the number two commenter for the Sandra Dallas book. Please let me know your snail mail and I will get it to you!!