Nope - it is after 10 PM, doing laundry so I can pack. Where is that darn suitcase? And let's not forget there are still four small errands to do besides packing!!!!
I guess I shouldn't have been doing row by row this week!
Anyway - I am happy to report that I am in fact in good shape tonight. No I am NOT. Guess who else is doing laundry tonight and when I go to use the dryer - his clothes are still in there - WET!!!!! Oh well -
Despite the fact that I was in a class today (taking, not teaching - more on that another day), I got a lot done.
I finished that giant customer quilt. A mere 114 by 114 inches!!!!
|Customer quilt - DONE!|
|It is a beautiful quilt!|
And she likes to do weird stuff with the backings - this one was on the bias. It actually turned out way better than I expected. There were four pieces of fabric on the back. The edges were serged and that helped a lot, but had to keep it straight to prevent stretching!!!
|The back of the customer quilt!|
Running around a bit more - and next thing you know the binding is on the fourth and final girlie John Deere quilt. That was 10 PM. Yeah!!!!!
|Binding is on the fourth quilt!!!!|
|Four labels are made and ready to sew on!!!!|
Time to clear up those last four small errands, then pack and I will be good to go.
Yes - I am leaving on a jet plane EARLY in the morning. Almost no point in going to bed at this rate, but I do need some sleep (of course - I could sleep on the plane).
I will catch up with you once I get to my destination, but it going to be a planes, trains and automobile kind of day and it is going to be LONG LONG LONG.
Have a great day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don`t forget - if you are in the Toronto area - get out to Quilts at the Creek (Black Creek Pioneer Village). It promises to be a spectacular show - over 250 quilts. Will you be able to spot my quilt???? You should check it out - I think that is the FASTEST I have ever made that intricate of a quilt and got it completely finished - EVER!!!!! It is part of the Mystery Quilt display that was sponsoredd by the organizers of the show.