I seem to have misplaced the cord for my camera. Of course, it has to be a special cord, it can’t be a generic USB cable. That is one pet peeve of mine, having to have a bunch of different cords for everything! I love my camera, but still!!
I have all sorts of gizmos and gadgets that I’ve kept around because “I might need them”, but they seem to be, shall we say, vintage?…and so, they are useless to me!
Oh, but finally, after over a week, a light bulb went on! I finally remembered that I could plug my color inkjet printer into the computer itself and use the built in card reader! You see, it’s set up using the network, and, well, I always seem to do things the hard way!…..DUH! And I call myself a computer technician…sigh.
But enough of that. This is what I wanted to show you…the BOM that I couldn’t resist buying at the guild meeting last week and that I finished tonight:
I know it doesn’t look like much now, but when it’s all tiled together, it’ll look like a ribbon, and the way I envision it is as in intertwining circle. At least, that’s why I bought it. And I hope I win all of the blocks back, so I can show you what I see!!
I’m definitely going to have to go through my scrap bag and boxes with my Bonnie Hunter 2010 Mystery instructions. Yes, she’s hosting another one this year and I’d like to participate. I am still dying to do the Double Delight, which I pulled all the fabrics for, and did start cutting a BUNCH of little triangles, but never got around to actually sewing.
Not that I deserve to…I won a ruler holder tray from the donated goodies basket last time. I need another ruler holder, too! Thank you to Nancy from www.MummQuilters.com
The blocks aren’t done yet, but here’s a photo of the quilt blocks in progress that I worked on last weekend. It’s a comfort quilt for one of our group members whose throat cancer has returned. She will be undergoing a new treatment and we are hoping for the best for her. She’s a great lady. We’ll be getting together this Sunday to put the blocks together.
You can also see parts of the Grizzly quilt I’m putting together for my mom. I got interrupted with yet another project when I had company two weekends ago and I was hostess to the 9 year old son of a friend of mine. He designed a quilt top 0n my design board, and I am going to sew it together for him. I can’t wait to see it finished, it’s really great! Until I get it sewn together, though, I don’t have any place to put up the Grizzly quilt pieces! So, I’d better get to it!
It’s a Pass The Bag project that I participated in last year but didn’t have time to put the blocks together. Now, I have an idea of what I want to do to finish it. I’ll keep you posted!
I’m doing pretty well in my class and I’ll be quilting on my customer’s quilt on Saturday. Life is good!