The fullness meant that the heavy quilting actually made the block flatter, all the puckers quilted out like magic.
Once the owner picks it up I am going to have a day in my sewing room, puddling around in my stash and making progress on my projects which have been ignored for too long. I miss my sewing room. But while I was quilting all day I had to spend the evenings catching up with other business things, so I had no spare time. Next week should be quieter. Mereth will be glad to have the machine to herself; we had to take turns with Millhouse, zipping my quilt off so she could go to work after I'd finished for the day.
I really enjoy Mother's Day flowers, they are always chrysanthemums for me.
My kitchen table was covered in vases of them; one from each of my kids and I bought two local bunches so I can grow cuttings from them. Three of the cuttings from last year grew and are blooming, so it's definitely worth trying again.
I just can't decide what my favourite colour is, so I'll have them all.