I have been quilting a little this week. But not much. I hurt my back at the gym and have been resting on a heating pad a lot. You know they say that fresh air and exercise will kill you - lol - but I'm doing much better now. The Quilts Beyond Borders Fat Quarter Challenge quilt is what’s on the frame today:
I have a new panto called Route 66 that appears to be very versatile – It can resemble chicken wire, ocean waves, sound waves, lace, etc. I might just take my time and play with this one a little just for practice on how to do mirror imaging and reverse paths on my computerized system.
On my way to the dreaded dentist, I saw a plane skywriting – haven’t seen that for a while, since I never go to the beach where they often are. This guy wasn’t very good since I never could read what he was writing!
Our friendly neighborhood cormorant was drying his wings as my dog and I walked by today. The dog is walking much better and her limp is almost gone. We go back to the vet for her re-check on Monday.
And some more backing fabric came in this past week:
Still stocking up for the deluge of tops expected after our Quilt Retreat in June!