Yesterday morning, I awoke around 6:00 a.m. (yeah, on a Saturday, when I could just as easily sleep in). I went to my studio to work on "Shaking the Winter Blues." I had finished the top Wednesday night, and it was spread out on my worktable.
I prepared the flannel backing, and spent over an hour pressing the seams flat on the top.
I safety-pinned the two layers together, and started marking and quilting . . . I'm about one-quarter done. I'm listening to an audio book, "Dexter by Design," and I'm halfway done.
In other news, yesterday was "a Christmas day deferred." Ed and I went shopping for gifts: I bought him French Rosetta Stone; he bought me Electric Quilt 7 (I've been using EQ4 for years). The store had to order the Rosetta Stone I wanted (it will be delivered to my office in about a week).
Reading the EQ7 manual was exciting; I could see the possibilities stretching ahead of me. I didn't attempt to load the EQ7 software until late last night (a mistake) . . . no matter what I tried, it wouldn't load. And the Electric Quilt Company only answers questions and handles technical problems during business hours, Monday through Friday. Now, THAT'S a load, LOL!!
Guess I'll go back to quilting . . .
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