Now onto the blog...
I was tempted to whine my way through February - but passed it by. What's the point, anyway? To make yourself and everyone around you miserable? Who needs that? So, here is why there was no post in February: the DH and I were both down and out for almost 2 weeks with the flu that has been going around. Period. Now onto other things.
Spring is in the air around here. The pear trees are blooming and the daffodils are in their glory. The DH even found a crocus bravely poking up it's blossom. Ain't she purrdy.
The big news is that the insurance company finally decided to put a new roof on the house! We had some wind damage from a couple of storms last year. They pushed the chimney flu off it's moorings, creating a leak. So we hired a roofer, and now we have a beautiful new roof. (And the bid came in under the insurance estimate and with better shingles!)
|Off with the Old|
|On with the New - Affordable Roofing|
Appalachian Heritage Quilt Show is coming!
News from the studio
Miss Margie Longarm is on vacation.
|Wayne Waldroup - message me if you want his contact info|
Working on Hunter's Stars
|Can you make out the pink marks? Be sure to sew scant 1/4".|
Sabrina's Garden is at Pigeon Forge for Quiltfest!
Wish I'd invented that
So.... I rubbed the back of that ruler really good with a piece of waxed paper! Now it just locks onto the diagonal seam, and slides easily into position. It will make quick work of squaring the Hunter's Star blocks!