We began the freezing cold morning (27*) with a good fire and battened our hatches that had blown loose during the high winds. At noon, it was still only 36* with a bitter wind-nasty!
We hopped to Dad and Mom's to see how they were and to deliver this sewing cabinet for Mom.
It fit her machine perfectly and now she is ready to piece all those blocks we cut!
She also finished one of two baby blankets she is going to knit for her anticipated greats due in June; from my brother's sons not mine for a change!
Back at home, I fine-tuned the pantograph I want to use on my RainbowScrapQuilt205.
It works like a charm! I have a couple of passes done to anchor everything.
When tired of standing, I worked on the clamshells. I have the rhythm set for working on them finally; I knew it would happen!
Then I finished the day with some mending. I love to work on mending-it is a personal challenge to restore the rips, tears and faulty zippers! How about you? Does mending give you the shudders or thrills of challenge?
Sunday, I woke up slammed with a head cold. I called foul!
I curled up with my knitting and box of tissues.
I got behind on my MKAL but after much concentration and slow knitting, I am ready to begin this week's clue. I hate being behind!