Last weekend I started a quilt but then realized that I was cutting it wrong and decided to go ahead with it after all. On Thursday I realized that wasn’t a good idea. I’ll finish that quilt another time but I wanted to create a quilt that followed the pattern so I started recutting on Friday night and finished that upon Saturday morning. The rest of Saturday was spent doing laundry and piecing the recut quilt together but, about two-thirds of the way through, I realized that there was a problem with the cutting on this one, too. <Sigh>
I finished sewing it (oh, well– nobody’s perfect, except God, and He didn’t make this quilt, obviously!) on Saturday, pieced the batting together (I’ve got more on order but I’m out of anything large enough for a quilt of any size right now) and pieced the backing. I even went so far as to load the quilt top on Angel, the Fusion, but I didn’t finish that up.
Sunday morning, I was getting ready to go to church– super casual dress was noted on the Facebook page– and then a half hour later another message was posted about how you’re supposed to stay off the roads. Now what do I do? I texted with a friend and she said she was going to church but by this time, it was 10:30 and church was starting so I decided not to go.
I went back downstairs and loaded the quilt the rest of the way on the machine and ran out the design– “Safari”. You’ll see a picture later, after the binding is sewn on.
Yes, I am just a quilting machine!!