Where did the weekend go?
I intended to get these blocks done this weekend but time just got away from me. I did have some allergies to deal with Saturday so that slowed me down. Then we had to get the guest house open for guests that are coming this week, then yard work and laundry and I finally sat to sew yesterday afternoon. I got a few more rounds on the blocks and I am madly in love with this quilt! I can't wait to see it finished.
While our friends have been here I have been crocheting a lot as we watch TV together in the evenings. Laura and Chris watched Witcher and now she's making him watch Bridgerton. Watching his reactions is entertainment in itself! Ian and I moved our evening cribbage and backgammon games into the TV room so I can be doubly entertained. Ian is the master at cribbage. I've only won 2 rounds but, so far, I own backgammon.
Anyway, after game time I do some crochet and have mostly been working on my Moogly CAL blocks. I have to admit that I don't enjoy it as much as I expected but I am learning a lot of new techniques and stitches so I'll keep at it for a while. When I get the new batch blocked I'll share some photos.
This is Laura and Ian's last week so we have a lot of activities packed in!
3/29/2022 07:27:34 am
I have never played cribbage or backgammon. But those weekends with friends do seem to fly, don't they?
3/29/2022 09:45:12 am
I never learned cribbage or backgammon - DH tried to teach me cribbage when we were first married and it totally fell on deaf ears. I'm SO not a game player!
3/29/2022 10:05:53 am
The piecing of the gray and blue quilt is coming along nicely! I haven't played either of those games in a long, long time and have no idea on how to play them. I am not much of a game player.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.