Life is good.
At some point, I tipped back in my recliner and took a nap. Even with a nap, I managed to turn two corners yesterday. That peppermint striped fabric is perfect for a Christmas quilt binding. It's been used on several quilts. I'll mourn when it's all used up.
The strips for this binding were already cut, and for some reason, I made the binding about ten miles longer than I needed to. Now, I'll need to make another Christmas quilt to go with the binding. Things could be worse, definitely.
Also yesterday, I stitched the remainder of the left side of the Hocuspocusville block. I'll set this aside for a day or two while I finish up the binding.
Finally, I made a string block for the December Block Lotto.
It's been a couple of months since I've made a block for the Block Lotto. This one is made from leftover bits of binding.
The only thing left on my to-do list for the month is the next section for Quiltmaker's Garden. It's paper-piecing, and you just know I'll be dragging my feet getting to it.
Speaking of dragging my feet, Mike is off now until after Christmas. This morning we're heading out for breakfast and then to the grocery store. It's always nice to have someone along to buy breakfast and push the cart. And then...getting home and putting all that stuff away. I'd say the day is going to get off to a good start. There should be plenty of time to bind on. Paper-piecing is iffy.