I have not been very productive this week. Must be a bad case of the blahs! I can show you the Brackman Civil War Quilt blocks made thus far on the design board. I am ready for block #10 tomorrow.
Also, I am cutting out a small wallhanging medallion quilt, a Jo’s Little Women Club project from Part 9 that was issued in 2010 I think.
The fabric is so cool and I can’t wait to start sewing. It was inspired by a quilt from the International Quilt Study Center (IQSC), University of Nebraska-Lincoln. If you love antique quilts and have not yet visited the IQSC website, I urge you to do so by clicking HERE. Browse through their collection for inspiration and for the love of old quilts.
Ranger is scheduled for his annual belly-shaving excursion to the veterinarian’s office on Monday. This picture is from last Spring after the haircut.
Note the bald spot on his chest. Because he absolutely will not let me or anyone else groom him, and because his fur mats up easily, we have to have the vet “knock him out” and shave his underbelly and neck to keep the mats from forming. Ranger will not be a happy camper come Monday but it’s his own grouchy fault. Never, NEVER will I have a long haired cat again.
Itching to be stitching,