I had such great hopes of staying on track with the Russian Sunflower quilt...then my MS kicked in. Duhhh. (Still need to add one more border with 8 appliqued circles.)
So plans for getting the top finished last weekend have been extended a few days...first to get those darn muscle spasms that makes talking and walking difficult to calm down and second to recover from dropping an iron on my foot!
What was I doing with an iron if I wasn't working on the RS quilt? Well, I was frustrated so I pulled out some bright fabrics thinking they would make me happy. I wanted to get these started for our National quilting day program on Saturday where we are making quilts for Ronald McDonald House. I started doing the easy piecing...forgetting that then I needed to get to the ironing board and that ironing boards aren't all that stable. My being unstable (on my feet that is) and the ironing board were not a good combination!
So my poor DH, who developed excellent ironing skills while serving 20 years in the Air Force, is helping by pressing any projects for me when he gets home. Not getting a whole lot done here! Though I did throw a lot of new fabric in the washing machine for him to press tonight. Am I taking advantage of the situation? Heck ya!
Dobby has been very good while I've been sick...very odd. Most of the time he is a wild cat. (BTW, the wool quilt he has claimed was made in 1950 and has a wool backing. I didn't realize until today that I don't have a full photo of it...I'll have to wait until Dobby isn't guarding it...)