Are you getting weary of seeing my quilted blocks? If you are, I apologize. There just isn't very much else to talk about unless you want to hear about my work, and that's what makes ME a little weary! Okay, that's not really true. I seriously enjoy my work, but all of the best stories can't be told because of confidentiality concerns, so you're stuck with my quilting instead.
I started the evening in December; this is the seventh block to be quilted.
Yes, December's sky is filled with swirling snow flurries and everyone is inside by the fire. By the way, once the quilting is done, I'll be adding some buttons and embellishments to each block, so if parts look a little plain, like that wreath on the door, just know that they'll get dressed up a bit later on.
Next I completed March, the eighth block to be quilted. With St. Patrick's Day shamrocks and a pot of gold, quilting a rainbow in the background was the obvious choice. With tonight's two blocks, I've finished the center column and the right hand column; it won't be too many more evenings now until all 12 blocks are complete.
You may have noticed something kind of whiskery to the left of the March block. Mr. Stitch has been patiently waiting for me to finish what I'm doing and prepare his evening meal. In fact, he's followed me to my computer and is sitting next to me now.
Who can resist such a cute face? I guess it's time to feed the cats. See you back here tomorrow!