Kate posted a Meme on her blog… I decided to give it a go!
Five things Found in your Bag/Purse:
- tons of receipts
- Halls Plus honey lemon
- lots of change floating around
- red checkbook and red wallet (hey, it’s a red purse!)
- snack-size bag of vitamins
Five Favourite Things in Your Room:
- lazy grey cat named Stormie (she’s in whatever room I happen to be in)
- many quilts (completed or in progress)
- wooden rabbit
- quilt magazines
Five Things You Have Always Wanted to Do:
- Visit Montana
- Visit England
- Own a horse
- Live on property with endless, well-maintained (not by me gardens)
- Write a novel
Five things you are currently into:
Only one more day to turn in your favorite quilt!
What is YOUR favorite quilt (of the quilts that YOU have made)? Let’s gather a list of favorites! Please do one of the following so you can be included.
A) Post a comment with the following information: Your first and last name, state or country, name of your favorite quilt and why it’s your favorite, and a link to where a photo of it can be located on the Internet.
B) Send me an email with: Your first and last name, state or country, name of your favorite quilt and why it’s your favorite, and an attached photo of your favorite quilt.
Please make sure your information reaches me by April 30, 2008. I will then post a special “My Favorite Quilt” blog (or 2,3,4, etc.) and share this information.
It was such a nice weekend outside here in mid-Michigan! The sun was shining, the birds were not only singing but flocking to my bird feeders! I spent some time in the yard dividing and replanting some day lilies, raked around the goldfish pond, and other assorted odd yard jobs. I’m a little stiff and sore today, but that comes with spring I guess.
I did some more work on Samantha’s christening gown… the sleeves are now done. They were very difficult, but now DONE. Next I need to assemble the front, back and sleeves into one unit and do the neckline. I’m a little scared.
The little block above is from my Dear Sammy Jane quilt, called C1-Trooper Green’s Badge. Cute, easy little block. I also tried doing the bottom left corner of the quilt, but that gave me fits and I stopped. I was paper piecing it, and I think I need to try again with hand piecing. Another day, I think.