WOW ... what a week! what a couple of weeks! After 2 weeks of traveling with 19 biker friends and seeing all the awesome sights of SD, I spent last weekend just vegging and doing a little knitting and reading 268 e-mails. I won't tell you how many blogs posts I read and read and read.
Then this week started. I spent 3 days playing with the cutest little happy chubby boy in the whole world, at the dentist for a temporary cornanation (I'll be crowned in a couple of weeks) and having a "catch-up lunch" with 2 sewing friends. Oh yeah - and a meeting with my sewing bee. But - no sewing, not even a teeny little bit.
Finally on Thursday - some sewing ...maybe ... or not. But I WAS in my sewing room. I've been a gramma (times 4) for not-quite 2 years and finally had the chance for a sewing day. Kierstyn is 9 and has been waiting (not too patiently) to get her hands on fabric. Bless this child!! First a trip to the fabric store to pick out perfect pillowcase fabric. Tough decision - we better make 2. She kept one and we're donating the other to the million pillowcase challenge being sponsored by McCalls magazine. Kierstyn thought Sponge Bob would make a child with cancer smile
Brownie baking, shopping, burning the brownies, sewing and a nice dinner - what a fun Gramma day I had! Notice the order of activities and you might understand why the "burning the brownies" thing happened.
My big finish ... finally ... today! My OP Art Infinity quilt. HURRAY!! quilted, binding, label and a sleeve - finished, finished, finished. Not sure what I'm going to do with this beauty but it was a lot of fun to make. Marilyn Doheny - what a FAB-O teacher!