Tuesday we had a sewing day to make pretty dresses for a couple of people to take to two orphanages in Africa. I had lots of fun making pretty pockets for the dresses (after making one dress).
Then Connie wanted to see some tumbleweeds. We've had a lot of high winds. Just .01 inch of rain in the last two months, however. Not enough to even make puddles.
Judy sent this wonderful quilt home for me to quilt. It's finished. She has the binding at her house.
Quilt Story's Fabric Tuesday.
The azure blue Fil-Tec Glide thread I used on this quilt was perfect--although a bit hard to see in places.
Sweet Teen returned from the state FFA Convention with a couple of awards and immediately plunged back into activities. She does need to get in a few hours of practice as her flute recital is late Sunday afternoon--and we haven't even begun baking for the reception afterwards.
In other good news, the rehab specialist approved an old generic medication for me to try for the vertigo from my head injury. It WORKS! It makes me sleepy, but I have none of the nausea or dizziness that has been challenging me for 15 months. I just don't understand why I couldn't have tried this medication over a year ago. Much higher quality of life now!
I'm headed back to the machines to work on more prayer quilts!