Put the babies to bed!
It’s time for Quilt-Cam!
Isn’t this cutie adorable? This is Rosalyn and she belongs to Mallorie!
Hi Bonnie, Rosalyn is watching with me again tonight. She blew you kisses when you said hi to her last time, it was to cute.Thought i would share a pic of your youngest fan (13 mths).
Mallorie from IndianaOh how CUTE!! I am blowing kisses right back!
It’s been a crazy busy day today, and so far I don’t have many answers from the eye doc, other than an appointment with a retinal specialist, and a prescription for steroid drops. Four times a day.
But it’s a start! We know that is is Cystoid Macular Edema ---which simply means what I already knew. There are cysts, and my macula shows swelling in both eyes. WHY? Who knows.
I’m just glad that we are on a path to figuring it out and I am hopeful for a good outcome.
My appointment is for the 23rd, giving these drops 3 weeks to do their thing –I am hoping for improvement just with that!
So – I have NOT touched a sewing machine since early this morning when I completed the interrupted binding.
I have two seams left to sew on this:
TWO. MORE. ROWS!
And to jump ahead a bit, I pinned one row before quilt cam started…so we can jump right in with the sewing part.
Pins to match points!
Notice that the pins are only where pointy bits are matching pointy bits…the straight nested seams do not require pinning – besides that would take twice as many pins and twice as long to pin those!
Here you can also see that the seams are pressed to nest with each other where they can. I love it when things just WORK like this!
A bit of a notice – we are in the midst of a huge rain storm and I have heard some thunder rumbles. We are going ahead with Quilt-Cam regardless, but if it gets really bad and lights flicker, I’ll have to turn off! I’m happy for the rain – but I’m not giving up Quilt-Cam!
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