Family is slowly rising ---
Sadie and I have already been for a nice long walk --
Yesterday’s rain has passed on through and left us with sunshine and low hanging fog this morning – SO beautiful!
The fog view changes every few minutes – it’s a moving, living entity ---clinging to the ridges and crevaces as the morning sun threatens to burn it off.
I love my mountains!
Jason arrived last evening, and Jeff will arrive this morning – he was too tired after getting off work last evening to make a night drive up the mountain, and that’s just fine.
He’s on his way and should be here soon.
You will most likely find me in the kitchen for most of today – I’m so excited! 10 for Thanksgiving!
Along with the 5 of us, we are being joined by our friends Mona & Rick, their daughter Caitlin and her hubby Clint, and one of Caitlin’s friends who is in the military at Cam Lejeune has joined our ranks.
The cabin will be FULL of Food, Family & Friends!
Yesterday’s chair sewing:
Hexie Section Added!
Yesterday’s movie fest included Gone with the Wind, one of my all time favorites – and I was able to finish adding the satellite to the mother ship!
I finished the binding, hanging sleeve and label for THIS one!
Not able to share this quilt yet, I’ll be teaching it in Plano, TX as a mystery at Fabric Fanatics over New Years, but it will appear in Quiltmaker Magazine as a featured quilt pattern this spring, so stay tuned!
Next up on the stitching docket –Finished the binding on Floribunda – I didn’t even remember that it was not quite done until I pulled it out of the closet the other day in search of something else. Ooops! It had one side left to finish, and the hanging sleeve and label need to be stitched down. I started working on that last night, and will probably finish that one up today.
That leaves ONE QUILT LEFT to bind this Thanksgiving week ----I’m making good progress!
View from the front porch ---
Less than 24 hours to go!
I want to extend my wishes to you for a wonderful warm and memorable holiday weekend with your family, friends, and loved ones!
I’ll catch you tomorrow morning, right bright and early!