I Played in the Barn

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I did a little work on the barn yesterday!  Still lots more to do, and I’m not happy with the door, but it’s coming along.


I thought I’d also share with you an update on my Klosjes  (spools) quilt.

There are a few genuine 1930’s fabrics in there… can you spot them?  They are from my Aunt Jean’s stash. 

Last night DH and I went to the Detroit Piston’s game.  They played the Phoenix Suns and won by one point!  Most of the game was pretty dull, but the last 10 minutes were awesome!  Why is it that whenever we go ANYWHERE and have assigned seats we get a family with loud, rude children sitting behind us?  I swear the hearing in my left ear is now half what it was before the game.  This little boy did nothing but scream in a high-pitched voice all night.  UGH!  I’m glad he had fun, but I wish his parents would have controlled him at least a little!

We’ve talked about going to the Birch Run motorcycle show today,  but right now it’s –2 degrees outside, so that decision is yet to be made.  I ‘m happy going… or sewing.  Hope your day is warmer!

4 thoughts on “I Played in the Barn

  1. I love your barn! And your spools – a design I've not yet tried. Specially love that barn though.

    Glad you enjoyed the game, sorry about that family though! Happens to me too. I NEVER would have let my boys do that.

    I think I would stay in and sew, lol – although now would probably be a good time to get a great deal on a motorcycle.


  2. Your barn is fabulous! I can't wait to see the quilt that is going to be. BTW It's not a professional sports game unless you experience some hearing loss, that's why we stay home and watch it on TV. 8)

    Happy quilting,
    Susan in Texas


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