Monday, May 10, 2010


I have been trying to update my blog since 9 this morning! I need a new computer this one is retarded! Anyway...
This past weekend was the annual May Retreat at Salty Yarns in Ocean City MD. I decided to work there instead of attend the retreat so I worked Saturday and Sunday cutting fabric. I really enjoy cutting fabric and working in the shop. I would rather quit my job and just work at Salty Yarns every day, even though my stash would end up filling my whole house to the ceilings.
On the stitching front, I haven't got much done because of work and the bathroom remodeling project but here is some update photos...
This my quilt. It only needs a small brown boarder around the edges and a bigger boarder after that. So it is almost completly done.Here is Quaker diamonds. I haven't worked much on this piece.
Here is my class piece, not much progress but it is getting there.Here is the Country Cottage new series. The third piece came out and I am behind! This is what I plan to work on tonight.Stitch and Bitch is tomorrow night and I plan on taking picture and getting a lot of stitching done so I will be back in a couple of days with pictures of that and of the bathroom. (It was finally finished today) I only need a curtain for the window!! Of all the things to forget, I forgot the first thing you see when u walk in uhg!
I want to wish everyone a belated Mother's Day!


Rachel S said...

Everything is looking great! Hope you get the computer problems worked out.

Robin said...

Computers can be so frustrating! They act all wonky or I can't get a connection and want to just about throw something! Anyway, your quilt top looks great. I am just taking my first class too and think I am hooked! But I am swearing off one of those $$$$$ special quilting sewing machines! There would be a divorce in my house for sure! Put the computer aside and stitch instead. It is much more relaxing.

marylin & poussy said...

Hello and indeed what a magnificent work you have realize there! It is very beautiful! I hope to see you at home I realized some works too
Best regards of France