Saturday was my only real "play day" this week. I started the morning by doing a little more quilting on the Ghastlies (more instructions to follow soon for those of you waiting). Around noon, the Wild Child and I went to a matinee showing of Bridesmaids--have you seen it? Pretty funny at times! A late lunch was enjoyed at California Pizza Kitchen, just before the Wild Child and I went our separate ways--she had to go to work and I stopped by the Fabric Garden quilt shop on my way home.
At the Fabric Garden, Gran tempted me with a new magazine--Primitive Quilts and Projects. Have you seen it yet? It's a quarterly publication that began with Summer; Gran forced me to buy the Fall issue. (She might claim she didn't FORCE me, but she knows exactly what it takes to make me buy!)
Back home again, I worked on cleaning up the Sweat Shop and tried to take care of a couple little projects--one of which was to change out the half square triangle corners on George:
You might remember that I had used a red fabric, and then when I added the red stripe border, the red was too much. And, yes, changing out these pieces with the mitered border wasn't easy, but I'm happy I did it--it looks much better to me.
Well, it's back to work tomorrow--literally. I'll write when I can, and yes, I'll make sure to let everyone know how my son's surgery goes on Monday. Thanks for keeping him in your thoughts and prayers!