We know that quilting probably won’t save the world, but we hope that some distraction during this difficult time brings you a few minutes of respite.
Cindy is a life-long over achieving, perfection-seeking, bar-raising human being. I gave her a little border fabric and a sweaty, slightly tortured quilt top and she has turned it into a 2-bordered, mitred-cornered (not to mention straight) masterpiece. She says it’s in the mail and on it’s way to NY. Yippee!
Meanwhile, while I wait and as I type this, our mother is in the next room ironing the backing in preparation for its arrival. My huge, crowd-sourced postage stamp quilt will be at Ms. G’s for quilting by mid-week. I am so excited!
Now let’s focus for a minute on something that’s not red: buttercups are in bloom on the farm.
Stay safe and well, quilting buds.
6 thoughts on “Stalking the Mail Box”
Oh boy! The postage stamp quilt is heading to get quilted! Woohoo! I’m just a bit excited for you. And that buttercup is so pretty (and now I have the song in my head – if you don’t know what I’m talking about, you’re younger than me – haha)
Wendy — I couldn’t have finished this project without you! Buttercup song….give a lyric, because I can’t remember it, but I’m sure I know it — does that make sense?
“Why do you build me up, Buttercup baby, just to let me down…” An oldie by The Foundations
Oh — I love that song!!!
Intrigue. I look forward to seeing it quilted.
I feel giddy about seeing i!