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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

An Indian Summer Day

We had a beautiful day today, sunny, very little wind and almost 70 degrees. Nat came up to escape his housekeeper and stayed for lunch--we had steaks on the grill and Nat and I had baked sweet potatoes and the non-sweet potato eater had a plain old white baked potato.

I vacuumed the house again, when you burn wood for heat there is a constant mess but I wouldn't trade my fireplace for anything!

After lunch I headed to the quilt studio and did manage in spite of my machine to get LoraLee's quilt finished. The pattern is called a Broken Star and the colors Lonnie chose for this quilt are colorful to say the least--I almost had to wear sunglasses! My machine is acting up and I was on the phone to the company a couple times today without success. We will try again tomorrow.

The intricate stitching you can see is what the machine and I do to the pieced quilt.

1 comment:

  1. Janna, the quilt is beautiful, you did a great job.


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