I have to say one thing about the hot temps is that I'm fortunate to be able to stay inside with the A/C on, it gives me more time to spend on sewing.
I was so tired last night to write that I'll show what I did yesterday and what I did today.
I like to say that I have spent very little time outside this week and what time I am, is all about supplying the plants with water.
After that I need a shower before I can do anything else. Have to wash all this sweat off, blasted humidity.
Today while out n the garden I picked the last of the cabbage,
couple reds and one green.
I see sauerkraut in the near future.
Yesterday I finished the last block for month 13 of Farmers Wife 1930's Sampler
While out yesterday I went by the quilt shop to drop them off. I like to take the completed blocks to the shop as soon as I finish them. Don't want to be responsible for them any longer than I need to.
When I came back home, decided to work on RSC for this month.
Using a pattern I've done before,
Its a free pattern and here is a link to it
Making mine smaller for a baby quilt, had most of the pieces cut out but ran out of one piece of fabric and needed to assemble some of the units before I know what steps to do next.
But there are five 3 1/2 squares that need strips sewn on around the square and I have no more of the fabric. I audition this lighter solid but I think it stands out too much. So I thought about trying something I do on occasion.
What do you think?
I think it will work just fine.
Now for today I worked on getting handouts, samples and quilts I've done together to take.
You see tomorrow I am teaching a class on using the Quick Curve Ruler from Sew Kind of Wonderful.
Have what I need in the box ....... which I picked up at Costco the last time I went for a real descent price.
The pattern we'll be making is the Metro Twist
My sampler was done in blues
Picture is not very sharp, I pulled it off the web.
And these are a couple other quilts I made using Sew Kind of Wonderful patterns and Quick Curve Ruler.
So there it is, some useful days as they say on the Island of Sodor.
Linking to my quiltin fatuation