Just wondering what to blog about and feel rather blue this morning as it is raining again after such a beautiful sunny day yesterday! I also wish the hydrangea plant I purchased locally would bloom like this photo I captured in the conservatory, safe from the stress of our harsh Canadian winters...and springs. I realize we all need rain at this time of year for flowers and garden to fluorish, however we have had enough already and I especially feel sorry for those poor farmers who patiently survived our recent flood and are eager to plant their crops. I sincerely hope it is not too late! Some places even had frost just a few days ago. Mother nature is dealing us another very late summer and we have waited so long.
On rainy days like this I QUILT. I did assemble some 25 blocks from a Log Cabin seminar I enrolled in several years ago. I had lost the original pattern however recently found 'Geese in the Cabin' pattern in one of my quilting books. After a couple of satisfying sewing days last week, much hesitation and procrastination, one WIP is almost done. Now for the border. Any feedback, suggestions would be most helpful as the border I choose will make a such a difference and I do not want to put this WIP back in the drawer. It would be wonderful to complete one quilt in 2009!
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
"A day patched with quilting seldom unravels."
'Happy Stitching' to all my blogger friends out there wherever you may be visiting.