The weather isn't really cooperating for a cleaning out the greenhouse. It's not a hard job, but it's kind of a dirty job. We're hoping we can get that done tomorrow. We'll probably wait until tomorrow to pick up the treadmill since Erik works on Saturday. As for the tires, that gets a big check mark for "Complete". As for the cats...all day, every day. As for sewing, I did accomplish some already this morning.
I fused the label to the back of Sew Helpful. That one is finished except to hang it on the Wall of Cats.
Also, I made and finished the stitching for the block Cory submitted for Lisa's retirement quilt. Here is the block pattern created from Cory's illustration.
Cory wanted the block on denim, but I ended up choosing a quilter's cotton with the look of worn blue denim. I had chosen a couple of fabrics, and the Resident Engineer helped me settle on this one. It's actually the wrong side of a darker blue.
The school and the "W" in the center are machine stitched using my machine's triple stitch. The remainder is hand-stitched. Cory was a student of Lisa's.
And that's pretty much all I've done this morning. I'm going to get ready to go and I think we'll head down to the winery for our wine shipment.
Tomorrow I'll probably get a start on my next door for the Doors of Ireland. When I said that was the last thing on my to-do list for the month, I was wrong. I forgot that I'd committed to getting a start on my guild challenge quilt this month. There's still time left to do both things, and so that's where my sewing is headed next. I'll say more about the guild challenge when I get going on it.