Hey, did you know there are cats all over this quilt?
Just to purrove my point, I'm a cat, and I'm all over it.
She gave me a little space so that I could show you the sleeve, although you might notice there's a lump to the right side of the quilt.
That was a minor inconvenience. Once the photography was out of the way, she could resume her position as Queen of the Quilt.
I like this quilt, Mom. Thanks!
She'll be disappointed to know that it's ready to be packed off to the Northwest Quilting Expo on Thursday. I have a pedicure appointment right next to the quilt shop where I need to drop it off for the show. Convenient on so many levels.
The only other thing I did in the sewing room yesterday was to get Block #17 for the Bee-utiful quilt ready for stitching. The flower centers are appliqued.
There was quite a bit to do yesterday, and I got most of it done. It's a CSA pick-up day today, and I have just a little housework to catch up on. Also, I'm going to get my echinacea plants into the ground. That was on yesterday's list, but I got dressed and showered and then realized I hadn't done the gardening. I suppose I could have gotten dirty and taken another shower, but then I might have been too clean...and then what? Some things just aren't worth the risk.
The only other thing I'd really like to get finished today is to get the Baby Birds flimsy sandwiched and ready for quilting.
Before I start the quilting on that, however, I want to get caught up on the free motion quilting sampler. I'm down to the lesson entitled "Borders and Sashings".
That's a pretty good list for my Tuesday. What's on your agenda today?
Before I go, I had to show you this latest image of my grandkittens, Cricket and Clementine. Big sister Lucy is up above there. She's barely tolerating these two terrors.