We had a freeze alert last night, and Mr Wazoo covered the tenderest of plants in the gardens. He has all the necessary accoutrements for the job from our years in Florida, so the job went smoothly. This morning, all is well, the sun is shining, and it is pretty cool for April...40 degrees. However, I saw on the news that it snowed in my home state of Wisconsin, and is snowing as I write this up in Boston where my son lives! Could be worse.The horse blanket customer was so thrilled, she teared up a bit when she saw the throw yesterday. Boy, that makes me happy! She has another blanket for me to transform and will be bringing it some time this week.
This brings us to now...and another sampler with that dreaded painted white on white backing. I started it yesterday with the stitch in the ditch, and will be working it this week, custom quilting. This is the quilt at the end of the ditching, and the needle plate of my machine. Ick! the paint gets all up in the bobbin area and the inner workings of the machine. I have cleaned it to get ready for the next day of quilting, and will do so every day I work on it.
The next project is the raffle quilt for the guild. I decided to just go ahead and make it and donate it to the guild rather than go through all the bother of making kits and having a long wait for the blocks to be made and turned in. I pulled reds and whites from my stash and started the cutting yesterday late afternoon. I think I will keep you in a bit of suspense while I work on the blocks.
Mr Wazoo put on the quilt he will be doing today...and then, went outside. It was such a beautiful day yesterday, how could I ask him to stay in and quilt? His passion is not the same as mine. He needs to dig and plant and be outdoors. Do what makes you happy!! Life is short; But wonderful.