Sunday, February 24, 2013

I never used to be so fixated on the weather report, but now that I have a job that invoves 2-5 hours outside every day, the weather is very important.  Mereth and I don't mind the cold, or even the rain, but it's not fun on hot days to be wearing a helmet and protective vest, and trying to keep the sun out of the eyes. So this forecast makes me feel very relieved.



That's the end of summer in sight there, and the temperatures range from a high of 93° to a low of 79° ; no 108° degree days amongst the lot.  Everyone here is getting very tired of heat and having to water the gardens, and it seems that the last weeks of it are harder to bear.   But 93° is not unpleasant, so if that's the worst we get in the next 10 days I'll be happy.  Delerious even!  My gardening chores will be much lighter if I don't have to water every day.

The sewing room is looking emptier now; I keep discovering other things that I've tucked away, ready for the day when my sewing room is completely packed.  Two more kits came to light, one hand applique (as if that's going to happen!) and the other one involving 1.5" HSTs.  I don't think I'll be doing either of those when I'm tired out from work and moving, so they can go up the hall this afternoon.  I need to get drastic, and realistic, right about now, or I"m going to be sorry later on.  Declutter, downsize, purge, streamline, simplify; call it what you will, it needs to happen soon.

I'm having fun cutting strips for the madder quilt, and I'm justifying it by pointing out to myself that four boxes of fabric will be ready to leave by tonight.  Whatever I haven't done by then will have to wait.

Would it be wrong to make another test block?

3 comments:

mereth 12:22 PM  

Another test block for the madder quilt, or for a completely new quilt? Go for it!

Patti 6:08 PM  

Of course not! Piecing a block is never wrong - I say go for it.

Gypsy Quilter 7:01 AM  

I think moving the sewing room is harder to move than a kitchen. I moved 24 times in 30 years so I can relate. The best idea came to me when I lived near the Atlanta airport. I purchased suitcases from the thrift store and packed up the sewing room. Airline folks upgraded their suitcases and donated the old ones so I got them at a cheap price. Glad it's cooling off for you.

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