Much to my husband's chagrin, I pulled a 4 foot table into the living room and made a workstation near the outlets. This way I am not locked away for long hours by myself doing TV watching work. I will finish cutting the fabric pieces tonight (only 25 large and 25 small sets to go). Then I can start starching and ironing those and the approximately 25-30 sets cut but not ready to stitch. That way everything will be ready to grab and stitch and I may get this done on time! Greg leaves Sunday for Medford to oversee the destruction that has become our house-pipes burst, water flowed, walls need to be removed and replaced-but, since the wiring needed to be redone anyway-thought it would be good for Greg to be there to oversee and coordinate the starting of the process. God is good-we have rental insurance that will even pay the lost revenue-amazing that a seeming disaster could end up as a good thing:)-so, i can leave my table up for another week-I'll get lots done!
|Temporary work station-Finally got a sleeping aid-am waiting to take it 15 min. before bed-and yes! I slept a whole night!|
|Pieces ready for cutting, small tarts done and counted, large pies done and counted, pieces on bottom row all cut 2 sizes and finished but not yet joined squares on far right|
|I still love this quilt-it will be my first Batik fabric quilt that I am keeping. It is bright and random and now I can check EPP of my list-never need to do that again:)|