Sunday, June 22, 2008

Bored...bored...bored! I'm so bored!

I'm really tired of my own company and eating dinner every night on my own. Luckily, I just have two more days to get through until I leave to meet Keith in Ft. Lauderdale on Wednesday.
Last night I put a binding on the last quilt finished, made a few more blocks for the RWB quilt and loaded this donated top from Barbara on the longarm. This afternoon I quilted it with the leaves panto I already had on the table. With the busy floral print, I decided leaves would work just fine.

Sunday progress report:
  • I got through my *to do* list which involved quilting two tops, binding two other quilts and starting my 2nd RWB quilt and have been cutting fabric and making blocks for it.
  • I've been using stash for backings and the RWB quilt and didn't purchase any this week.

This week's list is very light since I'm going out of town and I've already started marking things off.

  • Quilt one HeartStrings top
  • Bind one quilt
  • Work on my RWB blocks

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Diane said...

I wish when I was bored I would get that much accomplished! Enjoy Florida.

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

The leaves are lovely. I hate travel on the weekends too - it just messes the whole thing up ;-)

Vicki W said...

That's exactly how I get after a few days totally alone. I find that I am really boring company! Now I download the longest book I can find and hope that lasts the duration.

julieQ said...

I certainly love your quilting, love to see your pictures. Soon you will have fun company for dinner again!!

Michelle said...

Your quilting looks beautiful...and I love your new banner. :)

zizzybob said...

You have a way of making my ho-hum tops look so good. Thank you.
I hope some of the gals recognize the fabrics they sent me.

Anonymous said...

Sorry you're feeling a bit lonely..
Nice header!

Judy said...

I understand completely!! When it's just the two of you and you actually like each other...some don''s so hard to get stuck apart. Hubby's worked for the last 14 days straight and even though I do see him, it's only for a couple hours, or less.

Hope the time goes faster for you!

Helen in the UK said...

Being stuck on your own can be really miserable, but at least you do get lots of quilty stuff done!!
Noticed your new blog banner - glad to see Chesty is still starring :)