Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Slacking Off

Wow, long time between posts! Life can be hectic at times. Older Son and Girlfriend were here for a few days so not much computering going on then--but lots of laughs and lots of food and lots of gameplaying at the kitchen table. Throw in the search for a new sofa, a MIL in the hospital, and a Girls-Day-Out with Sister and time gets by. Today I will venture into my sewing room. Kinda scary when you've not set foot there for a while! What will I find???

I'd like to start pulling background fabrics for the applique on the Winter Quilt in Snowbound. I'd like to add a second border to Cotton Candy. I'd like to pull out my two stitchery quilt projects to position in the family room for quick-pick-ups while TV watching. Sounds good.





Since there are no new quilty photos to post today, here are a couple of my favorite folk art kitties who bear a striking resemblance to Natasha and Rocky!

7 comments:

CONNIE W said...

Hi Vera...sounds like some happy times were had by all. Glad you're back online!

Lindah said...

Slacking off?? Maybe not. Sounds like you were rather busy. And having fun! A good combo.

Oh, I do so like your folk art kitties.

Libby said...

Glad you are back . . . sounds like you have been enjoying your days (hope MIL is better *s*)

julieQ said...

I am so glad you had a good time visiting! and love your kitties.

Julie

Crazy for Primitive Quilts & Gardens said...

So glad you got to share some time with your son. I know how that is when my middle daughter comes to visit. Everything stops and I focus on her because that time is so precious!

Love the kitties!

Yummers! said...

Did you paint the kitty pictures? I've had such an urge to paint today. Maybe that's what I'll do this afternoon... thanks to your post.
Joni

Finn said...

Hi Vera, sounds very familiar. I too am busier than usual and missing from Blogland these days. I've been a sewing fool during these very deep winter days. Happy to say I'm completing some UFO's.
Love the folk art kitties! Stay warm and safe, hugs, Finn