I am approaching 70. That is a shocker. In my mind, I am in my early fifties. As do many of my friends, I often wonder where the years went, but in my heart I know. They went, with joys and sorrows, wins and losses, fun and pain, sea and sky into the vault of memories. They went to universities and new apartments, to weddings and vacations and births and funerals. They went where all things go. No do overs, unfortunately. Only soldiering on, into the shorter realm with gust and love and enthusiasm and some of the best friends and family on the planet. Thank you Jesus for that. We will discuss a few blips when we meet.
Making miniature quilts is actually great fun. They require a lot of patience, good fabric choices and a certain attention to detail. When you are sewing a twelve inch block into your quilt, there is a certain amount of wiggle room which doesn't exist if the block is two inches. You make them just to see if you can. I absolutely love sewing on this scale but my learning curve is still steep and the quest for perfection goes on. Next is a school of brightly colored fish. Still in the order of intention!
Second appearance. Lots to learn about adding pics using my new platform. I will get better. Love these two but the Log Cabin was more of a challenge.