Six stitches forward, one stitch back

I started sewing the blocks of my quilt together tonight and it looks really good.  I’m pleased with the way the design turned out, and I am confident that I will be able to sew it together into true quilt form successfully.

I have to take out a long row of stitches for two large chunks I just sewed together, unfortunately.  One of the pieces wasn’t rotated correctly so I need to take it out and put it back in.  Nothing too fancy, just time consuming.  I will remember to confirm the colors of the blocks are lined up right before pinning it when working on the rest of the quilt, at least.

My class starts in a week so I need to get as much completed as I can before Monday, and my schedule is clear to be able to do it.  Dog and I are on our own until Thursday – the live-in butler is on a trip to San Jose (I do give him a few weeks off every year, he works hard and deserves a vacation), the downstairs neighbors are in Europe, and my brother is on a business trip.  So it’s just the dog, 50 square feet of fabric, and me.

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May 28, 2007. Words.

2 Comments

  1. ZoeJane replied:

    Wow… sounds quite lonesome. Wanna watch Harry Potter the First tomorrow night? That german girl anna and her b/f are bringing it. The plan is to get caught up on all of them before the next movie comes out.

  2. admin replied:

    No thanks, I’m going to keep working on the quilt so that I can come close to finishing it before my class starts. If I were 8-10 hours further I could bring the quilt with me for the tying part. For that part I need only a needle, embroidery thread, and the quilt sandwich and I could do it while watching a movie.

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