Thursday, March 13, 2008


I finished my Quilter's Blessings block of the month designed by Bea at Capricorn Quilts.

I took DH to have his first eye operated on for cataract yesterday, and took this project along with me. They told us it would be 1-1/2 hours.
It was almost 2 hours. I had just finished this
and thinking what I was going to do next, as I did not bring a book with me. I had browsed about 5 minutes of People magazine when they brought him out. I think next month when he has his second eye done, I will have to bring more.

I even gave a stitch lesson to patient waiting to be called in and came and inquired about how to
do the stem stitch. She said she had gotten a huge stitchery kit somewhere and it didn't even come with directions!


Nadine said...

Well done ! It's beutiful and I love the color you're using :>)
Better catch up with mine : I still haven't started March, HeeHee...

I'm glad your husband's surgery was OK. Now this is behind both of you and I'm sure next month will be OK, as well.

Have a nice afternoon, dear !


Lea said...

This stitchery is really cute and fun to see also. I'd love to see your next month block!

Good to hear that your DH's surgery went good. :-)

Carole said...

Lovely! Hope your dh is recuperating well!

jay paul said...

Your post really cool and interesting. Thanks very much.

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