Can you believe that Thanksgiving is tomorrow? There are so many things I’m thankful for. Having you visit my blog and being a part of this wonderful online quilting community is definitely high on my list. I appreciate you!
Note: I am having some major issues with WordPress and my hosting provider. I spent two hours on hold with Go Daddy last night only to be disconnected at the end. After an hour of tech support and work this morning, it’s still not fixed. I don’t even know if this will blog post will publish correctly. Technology can be a *&%#!. I’m just going to leave it for now and try again on Friday.
I will be cooking a small turkey this year for three of our children and a few friends. Our oldest daughter and grandkids are traveling in a different direction for Thanksgiving, but we get to see them in a few weeks for babysitting duty! Just for fun, here are the three goblins at Halloween:
Lots of activity has been happening behind the scenes here. I am working on starting a newsletter (with a free pattern to go along with it), a new pattern is being tested by some wonderful pattern testers for release in January, and I have a new product review that I’ll share soon.
I just finished sewing the last border onto my Red at Night 2 BOM quilt. I always cut my borders to fit my quilt rather than sewing on a long strip and lopping off the excess. This keeps the quilt square and even.
I will post more pictures of the finished top soon. I’m going to need some helpers to hold this one up! I took a little video of all of the blocks, but I can’t upload it to my blog right now (that technology thing/problem). You can visit my Instagram page and see it there. Here is the cover photo for the video which has 9 of the blocks below.
I have to keep this short today. Time to start prepping for tomorrow’s big feast! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and you’re able to hug someone you love (or you don’t love – even more important). I’ll be back soon with more quilty fun stuff!