Sunday, January 8, 2012

Sunday Woolie Post

Lots to ramble on about...but first the name that the "dog dish" coughed up was Kathie who said, "OH yes I would love to add these to my fabric scrap basket for future little quilts and added to my ongoing log cabin and nine patch blocks!
thanks LOVE those snowflake lights too fun, yes I am waiting for the white stuff too, I love the snow

it was 60 degrees yesterday here in NJ, how crazy is that?"

So Kathie send me your mailing address and out my scraps go to become a wonderful project at your house!  

I love sharing the joy and hibernating in my sewing room.  It means more UFO's done, more sharing and moving through the sadness.  I have loved all the support and personal experiences shared by forever gives me HOPE, which I believe is Rosa's from Spain word for 2012!

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I have a new challenge as of yesterday.  I signed up for the Christmas mystery BOM at BJ's.  First, no fabric purchased and no quilters were harmed in this first meeting...although this program may kill you, cause SOB, loose bowels and all manner of rashes! (this was said in a really fast pharmaceutical commercial voice)  Ok, here it comes...the rationalization.  I had to sign up for the BOM.  I owe it to the Woolies! To report on what is happening in the Central Oregon quilting community AND I finished get it right???!!!  The challenge will be I can't buy any fabric and I have to get the block done before the first Sat. in Feb.  Vicki gives you all the block fabrics...just not the background.  I will have to scrap my background and hope for the best.  After all...this is for all of show that one CAN survive a fabric diet!

Although I did not spend a penny on fabric at BJ's I did buy $18 worth of Girl Scout cookies for HH.  Cecelia was at 1st Sat with her mother who is her Daisy Troop leader.  They had some Show 'n Tell to share.

...and as you can see Cecelia has a Quilting Badge!  I feel better knowing that there is a next generation of quilter!

May your Sunday be filled with peace and a some stitching.

PS.  Thanks Mary for reminding me  that my 2012 word is "Grace" as I stood in line at BJ's...I forgot.