Moving along but at a pretty slow pace unfortunately.
Plagued again with health issues leading to
an urgent cardiac appointment last week, rheumatology this coming
Saturday and the icing on the cake will be a visit
to the Orthopaedic Spinal clinic,
I'm also waiting now for a CT Cardiac Angiography.
Due to the above my Anna Maria Horner quilt has
not progressed as I would like but with
chain piecing the blocks do go together easily.
The two bottom blocks are stitched and then sewn to the bottom
of the 10" finished square then the three on the left are stitched.
There are two 5" finished blocks and a four patch.
These change block by block
you can see here below how the order of squares and four patch are moved around.
So, I have two rows of blocks stitched and the bottom two
just placed on the wall ready for stitching, gives
shows pretty well why the quilt is named Rainbow Blur.
I'm trying to be better organised with planning my quilting projects
and tomorrow is allocated to putting together the backing
for Frog Frenzy and sending it off for quilting and hopefully finishing
up the third row of Rainbow Blur.
We had a massive storm here overnight, lots of damage in both Islands
and Auckland (where I am) was really badly hit, I think I managed to sleep
for around only 4 hours! We knew we were into Autumn but
surely not yet into Winter, temperatures have fallen dramatically.
Leaves are covering the lawn, but look at the colors
and also spotted this morning
a disorientated Mrs Tiggywinkle, I fear the poor
little thing may be unwell given that it's out and about during the day.
A few new Kaffe Collective fabrics to finish up the post
I love the poppies!
An early bed time is on the cards for me, hoping to
catch up on sleep.
Enjoy the rest of the week and happy quilting.