Finally, the batik quilt is in one piece!
If I can spare the time I'd like to take a photo of every UFO, print them out and make a collage board of them. It would be very satisfying to have a visual record of how much I've done and what is left. Plus it might give me some ideas on how to finishe the ancient ones that need borders. I need to stare at them for a while until an idea occurs to me; when they are languishing in the cupboard I'm not even thinking about them.
It was a hectic day yesterday, fitting the screen door. It would be easy if the doorway was square, but the opening bowed out in the middle like a barrel, so there was a lot packing needed to turn it into a rectangular shape. It's all done now, except fitting the strike plate, and I'll do that this afternoon. If Dolly goes charging out and hits the steel mesh at top speed I'm going to be very cross; I'm not sure it's engineered to withstand 20 kilos of excited Staffy. I may have to attach a bar across it at her eye height, so it will stop here in her tracks.
It's a glorious morning, so I'm off do some outside work, including getting rid of anything that could harbour snakes; twice I saw a big brown snake in the Princess lillies, so I need to clear away the old stalks and make it less attractive to him. I'm sensible enough to leave a poisonous snake alone, but Dolly surely isn't, so I'll just have to encourage him to go elsewhere.