I wish I had pictures, but in the meantime:
My aunt has a long arm machine (that does it all!) so when I was visiting, I got 3 quilts quilted, and backing for two tops.
The three quilts done are now bound too. Two are for Seattle Childrens' Hospital, one is for a co-worker having a baby. I don't think she'll appreciate it as much as others I know would. You know the type. Oh well! I couldn't NOT make her one especially since I already HAD the fabric.
I learned my "slightly over sized queens" are really "jumbo kings" ooops =) I love my aunt.
I made a CUTE quilt with leftovers from the co-workers baby fabric (and will donate it) and STILL have more!! I want to track down just one fat quarter of Hungry Caterpillar fabric with numbers on it, NOT blue or yellow. Willing to bribe it or trade it out of some one's stash!
I took a class with my mom on making a tree skirt with the 9 degree wedge ruler. The math for my strata and the wedge ruler cutting were the hard parts, the skirt (and strata) came together easy peasy! I am donating it to the girls' school auction along with a bottle of wine (to guarantee it goes) and some place mats, maybe make some of those tree folded napkins.
a "new" car is taking precedence over a new home. We are still looking in case there's something WONDERFUL but not being aggressive about it at the moment. My car needs: a new catalytic converter, exhaust manifold, driver side mirror, mechanism to roll the windows up and down, trunk release thingie, somethings wrong with the ABS system (according to the light) as well as an airbag (again a light). By the time I fix all that plus little things like cup holders with cracks, fabric wear and tear etc I am paying more than the value of the car, so my brother is helping me research more family friendly cars than a 2001 VW Bug. I will be so sad to see that car go.
That's it for me! I have been reading along, I just feel posts with pics are better, but oh well!