I sewed bindings onto three small quilts yesterday. Woohoo for progress. Can't show you any of them (sorry about that). Pokey did her best to thwart me, being all cute and sweet and sleepy.
Look at this face. Could you wake her up?
So I switched to another task and amazingly enough she woke up, leapt up, and yet again got in my way.
Pokey's blood tests came back. She's slightly higher on one thing, but lower on another, so mostly stabile. She's her happy self again - I'm attributing the previous bad week to door closures. She's back to hiding under the bed for just a couple of hours each morning - which is a nice small window to get things done mostly unmolested. I'm almost done with basting the big monster quilt.
I've got a great blog for you to check out, that of quilt expert Julie Silber. Back in the day, she curated the excellent Esprit collection of Amish Quilts (watch a video at The Quilt Complex), which I've never gotten to see but I love the book. She's also the first person I ever heard talk about Maverick Quilts which I love madly - wish I could see her lecture someday. Look at this fabulous Alphabet Sampler. whee. So anyway, that's the background, check out Ms Silber's blog - she's already shown some great antique quilts.
Speaking of Maverick Quilts, Library Gal got to take a liberated basket class with Gwen Marston. Woohoo!
I'm off now to do some sewing and Tour de France watching.