Cot quilting

I love that Dolly Parton song, "Working 9 to 5" and at the moment that sums up my life!  My new job is a blessing I am grateful for, but it is playing havoc with my sewing output.  Well that and a month of busy weekends where my volunteer commitments demanded time and we had two lots of visitors.  I literally unpacked my machine after sewing in Bordertown to sew on the border and then in the same night I managed to piece the backing and wadding.
  And then it sat and sat while I waited for the opportunity to pin it.  I had hoped to attend my night group but between cooking dinner, homework and after school activities it hasn't happened yet.  Finally on Sunday (after our visitors left) I got the chance.
I started quilting in the ditch around the triangles.  Boring but just the mindless sewing I needed in the company of friends so I could forget about all the other things I probably should have been doing...like housework!  
Happy quilting Sue.

4 comments:

  1. It can be hard to juggle it all, but it's so important to keep some sewing time!

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  2. I don't know how you do it all, Sue. But this is a very cheery quilt to be quilting!

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  3. Glad you squeaked some sewing time in. Sometimes it's hard to do.

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  4. its really pretty... happy quilting...
    Hugz

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