But just like Christmas, why can’t we keep the spirit of Needle & Thread alive all year long?
I was supposed to post this link up this morning.
I wrote my blog post for this morning last night after getting home from Kentucky so excited about getting that treadle fixed and running. I hope you forgive me for being a few hours late with this post.
It’s not a long post. I just returned from the Orthopedic doc after having a huge steroid shot right into the bursa of my right hip. There are not many things that can keep me from sitting, but this is one of them. I didn’t know they were thinking of doing the shot today, and it might effect QuiltCam time tonight if I can’t sit for very long. Because of the movement, it’s not likely to be a treadle night anyway. But I’m hoping by morning that the medicine is doing its trick in making me feel better. I have one week before I leave for Pennsylvania and that’s another long driving trip.
So let’s get down to it! I was gone a week, the hand quilting did not come with me…but the hexies did!
One Row to Go!
I am twelve hexies away from completing this last section. Just TWELVE hexies. And then I can get it together and be done with this top. I think instead of hurrying I am purposely dragging my tail on it ---I haven’t fully thought of what project I’ll start traveling with yet. If I can get excited about something, then there is no stopping me. Maybe I just need to play with graph paper and come up with a new design and keep hexing?
If you have participated in our Simply One Hour of Needle and Thread through the month of September, please link to your post below! Thank you so much for playing along and sharing your progress with us ---and if sewing for an hour a day has become a habit and you are enjoying seeing your progress, by all means, don’t stop just because September is over ---keep up the good work! I’m planning on it!