Well, that was a week I’d not care to repeat. Like so many people all over the world, I got hit with one of the flu bugs. What a nasty bug it was!! I was out for the count last weekend and also for the first few days of this week. I had plans, so many plans of what I wanted to get accomplished.......
However, the good news is I’m all better now, even if I lost a week. I had hoped to have all of the fourth border for Leo’s Mane finished and attached to the main body by now. The last of the fourth border sections is now finished and laying along side the left side of the quilt. After I post this, I’ll start stitching it to the main body. Then I can start in cutting and sewing the fifth borders which is the last one. Whew.... what a long process this has been. But that’s what slow hand stitching is all about, being slow and enjoying the process. I’m linking up to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching and then will be finding something to watch on the computer while I stitch.
Your beautiful quilt is well worth the time spent!ReplyDelete
Sorry that you were laid low by the flu - and glad to hear that you're back, and well enough to be looking forward to stitching again!ReplyDelete
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Happy to see you are back in your happy place...Stitching!ReplyDelete
Sometimes something just comes in between. How good that it can continue now. I'm still working on the 3rd round, but I'm getting closer to the goal.ReplyDelete
Awesome mesmerizing quilt is keeping my eyes busy..also glad you are feeling better.ReplyDelete