Monday, March 30, 2020

Thankful

 While church was by live feed yesterday, it was still good to be fed by Scriptures to start the day!
I decided that pushing through the deep fatigue is going have to be a decision and not a feeling,
I pulled out the new wicker furniture fabric  I bought weeks ago to make new cushion covers.
The sun baking on the porch fades the outdoor fabric in a few years. 
 Grateful they are an easy project.
I still have one more to make, for the couch, but it will wait for another day!
 The cat hammock quilt has a binding, was washed and dried and is now folded in the donation pile.
The ceremony to present these 25-30 quilts was postponed but I will be able to make a few more before then so it will be a good delay, right?!
The panto used was a bit of a comet shape in shifting colors.
The backing is done in tie dyed colors-like the block on the middle left!

No fever last night for the first time in 2 weeks! 
Smile with me!

8 comments:

  1. YAY for no fever!! Glad you could tackle some projects. Take care and don't over do it!

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  2. No fever is truly a positive sign. I agree with Vera, don’t over do it. Sit on the porch and gather some warm sunshine for me.

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  3. The poor cat, he needs a hammock! Love the socks from previous post, they are so bright. And yay for charity quilts to wrap someone in comfort. Hope you are gaining strength each day!

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  4. That cat hammock quilt looks fabulous!

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  5. Yay for no fever! That is wonderful. The cat hammock quilt looks beautiful. I am sure the cat would appreciate you getting another quilt loaded for napping purposes. Take care and don't overdo.

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  6. Oh, I'm SO glad to hear that there was no fever. Now take care of yourself and try to do just a LITTLE more each day. Don't do too much or you'll be back down. The quilt is beautiful and I thank you for making them to donate.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  7. looks like you're on the mend, good to see! but like the others said - don't overdo it, no point in pressing yourself and getting worse again because of it!
    take care!

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