It’s time for bed but I’m going to write this quick post with a couple #5’s because I’ve got a really busy day tomorrow and I might not have time.
Our friend Fiona sent the good news that in United Kingdom’s premier quilting magazine, Today’s Quilter, our new book A Country’s Call is featured with that beautiful cover!
I have decided that I’m only going to make one large block because I still haven’t finished HIPS OR #7! But I’m making progress on HIPS.
It’s hard to sew when Pam wants to be so close to me! She got closer as the evening went on.
Good grief! How can I work?
It’s nearly past time to do some Christmas wall quilts – we picked some smaller ones that we thought you might like – nothing too detailed or large and I hope to get those posted this weekend. And then there’s winter sewing, too – snowmen! As cold as it is right now we could have snowmen by morning! Everybody is tucked into the barn for this first really cold night – some heat lamps are already turned on – especially for the tribe. Daddyo was roosting on the hay bunk outside so I was glad I went down there mid evening. I just grabbed him while he was sleeping and put him in his pen with the goats – out of the wind and in where it was warm. Nobody will ever convince me that animals are ok with being cold! If I’m cold, they’re cold.