First, yes I finished my name and will now get a fat envelope in the mail to Tonya! Whoohoo! I know the S is a bit strange but that is part of my lesson - do not work on multiple letters (like and S and an O) at the same time. The natural order of things requires you phone to ring and leaving you staring at a pile of scraps on the cutting board asking yourself "who am I, what are these scraps, and how the heck do they get pieced together?" In the end you have a dog legged S...oh, well.
Got an email yesterday that Bonnie was coming through town on here way to Southern Georgia for a quilt class and did I want to do lunch...like there would be any question about that! So at 11:30 I parked in front of my favorite Indian restaurant, Bombay Central, and read old Quilting Magazines until Bonnie arrived a few minutes later! The food was exceptionally good today...either the company or the fact Sonnie, the owner of the restaurant was working! (Their Vegetable Pakora and curried cabbage are amazing and I ate way too much of it....)
Anyway, after lunch we went to a local antique mall. Bonnie bought a little sewing machine and I got an embroidered table runner. There were several quilts (including a Chinese import that was labeled "nice old quilt" and priced at $125...ya, it was about 10 years old and cost maybe 50 dollars when purchased new at someplace like JC Penny.....) There were a couple that almost tempted like this funky trip around the world (seems to a theme with me lately...like my log cabin phase....)
There were a few too many stains for the price they have on it...it has been there awhile though so maybe I'll make an offer and sew what happens...