|The HS graduation quilt|
|The June college graduation quilt.|
|I was all set to turn this into a duffel bag but wanted to change the dimensions of an existing pattern. Quilty Holly pointed out that doing this sort of thing on drugs might not be the best idea.|
|These fabrics are the backing for...|
|this quilt. It's for Cristina.|
|Tools of the trade - gloves, safety pins, grapefruit spoon. It's what works.|
|This t-shirt quilt is all pin-basted and ready to quilt|
|Julie's "going-away" quilt - the batting is even acclimating. Just have to quilt it...|
- I'm thankful my shingles weren't in my eyes. That really looks uncomfortable.
- I'm thankful for the LaGrange Hospital Emergency Room - I was in and out Monday, June 12, in less than 3 hours, complete with antivirals, opioids, and steroids.
- I'm thankful for John - he continues to be attentive to every need.
- I'm thankful for the medical expertise of my sister and brother-in-law - they again were there with their support the past few weeks.
- I'm thankful for my GI surgeon - this POEM procedure seems to be successful!
- I'm thankful that I feel like sewing and doing something other than sitting!