So I worked like a crazy woman and got a lot done. Margo helped me to figure out how to do the borders and she told me how much to cut and how to put them together. Naturally I messed up and had to do it a bit differently, but it all worked out. As long as you don't know what I was supposed to do, you will think it's great! Don't ask, don't tell, is my motto.
Then I decided that when Lee goes to work as the substitute courier for the library that I would go and spend the day there. The idea was that I could visit all my buds and maybe knit for a while and read some shelves or something. Then I got the WONDERFUL idea that if I finished my quilt top, I could set up tables in the meeting room and convince Doris to help me tape it down so I could pin it for quilting. This is a laborious process and extra hands and lots of tables make it easier.
So I had to get everything finished before Friday. Well, it is Monday and the top is all done except for the binding which I will put on after the quilting gets done. I hope I can figure out a way to do it with my small and not long-arm sewing machine. When I do a Queen size quilt, I will be in big trouble. It is really hard to roll up the fabric and fit it under the arm of a regular sewing machine. I may need to buy something just for quilting.
Now I have to do all the things I let slide for the past week. I have a recipe I want to blog and I want to get started on the garden. I have to order dog meds and horse shots and get a Father's Day gift for Lee. More deadlines! I'll get back to you.