No, No, don't get the wrong idea. I love sewing, but hate quilting. I love finding patterns, choosing colors and fabrics,and piecing tops. But I hate the quilting part. If I were rich, I'd pay to have all my tops quilted professionally. For me, quilting seems to take forever. Remember when I said I felt the need to finish something. The very next day I finished the Farmer's Market top and pinned it on the fleece, ready for quilting. I don't know if I do too much quilting or if I'm just slow, but it's still not finished. The quilting is finished and all I have to do is the binding. But when I have the kids during the day, I don't like to go into the sewing room and leave them in the living room. And there's way too much stuff for Jake to get into in the sewing room - believe me. Usually I have Tuesdays to sew, but yesterday with Rod home to get the car inspected and Kris and the kids here most of the day (she had a bad migraine), I got nothing done. So now my next chance to sew is Saturday. Do you do all your own quilting? Any tips? I'm trying to come up with a plan to put money aside each pay into a "quilting fund". Any ideas?
We got some really bad news yesterday. My niece learned yesterday that the cancer has spread to little Becky's blood, and she will need to undergo chemotherapy. She starts her first round today, and Friday is her 4th birthday. Please continue to pray for Becky and her mom.