The vacuuming got done. The dinner got done. A little more yard work got done.
The top got done.
YAY! Happy National Quilting Day!
ps–Miss Jenna’s quilt languishes. Maybe I will get it basted tomorrow, but I really can’t feel bad about today with all that did get done.
As I was heading out to plant the peas, Young Son arrived at home with two friends. Two hungry friends. I offered a late lunch in return for a little help in the yard. They gladly agreed. In addition to cleaning up a large amount of leftovers, they also raked and finished cleaning up the back yard. While I still got the peas planted.
Now I need to do up the dishes before they overwhelm the countertop, then I will vacuum.
More coming soon…
The dishes are done. The vacuuming is not done. Sparkle Jane got home and is taking a much-needed nap. So, poor me (I don’t sound very sad, do I?), I really had to do something quiet. Like sew.
The center of the top is half assembled.
So far today I have shopped for groceries, cleaned the refrigerator, mulched the strawberry bed, gathered the pruning branches from the apple, cherry and nectarine trees, wiped down the mirrors, vacuumed the downstairs and put away laundry.
And laid out the quilt top…
Now I need to vacuum the upstairs and plant the peas, then I can stitch a bit more.
I don’t love squaring up…
But, with half square triangles it is really necessary.
Progress, even if it is slow progress, is being made on that baby quilt. I’ll check in later.
Today is National Quilting Day. While there are many things on my To-Do List besides quilting, I am very hopeful that some quilting will happen. That is why I am prepared.
This is going to be a baby quilt. Hopefully it will be most of a top by the end of the day.
This is still going to be Miss Jenna’s quilt. Hopefully it will be basted and partially quilted by the end of the day.
But, it will all depend on errands and gardening, which must be done first. Wish me luck!