Remember the photo in my last post
of the new quilt ladder, five quilt tops waiting to be quilted displayed.
Now there are two ladders
and ten quilt tops!!
Bit of shock to see them all hanging there, but I could work my way
steadily through them.
I had forgotten my large quilt ladder
with two more!
Okay, only twelve - oops, I had also missed the ones hanging on
a wooden towel stand - another five - by this time I couldn't face taking
another photograph of any more unquilted tops, nor the three basted and
ready to go under the needle!!
A little time was spent playing with more blocks for
the UANDUQAL (short version), as well as taking care of dear husband (actually
quite a lot of time)
who, for reasons unknown had once more developed swelling in one
elbow the size of an orange! Visit to doc who thought just bursitis even though
last time this happened he ended up a day later on IV antibiotics.
Guess what, same procedure. By the next day he had developed cellulitis almost down to
his wrist, and yes you guessed it again, over the next three days daily IV
infusions to knock the infection on the head. followed by oral antibiotics.
Presently he's on another visit to check if the infection has gone into the bone, my
fingers are firmly crossed on this one.
Onto lighter matters - playtime with blocks below.
Excuse the wonky photography.
These blocks are not placed as they will be when all 20 are completed,
it's just easier to have them on the wall to help me work out fabric choices
for the remaining 11 blocks.
That's it from me for today but here's a lovely little rose
surviving pretty well in the heat we're experiencing here. She just developed
black spot on her leaves, as I don't spray with chemicals it's too bad!
Have a great week and happy quilting.