I just noticed a couple of days ago that I had only a dozen more days to prep for my member showcase at my Guild.
As luck (and total obsession) would have it, I am well on the way to completing what I need to finish before then. At least the snow has been good for keeping me inside and chipping away at the list.
As long as there is some day in the next ten that I can get to the laundromat, I should be okay.
The binding is sewn on DnA3 and I am doing the hand-stitching. I know I should be burying the threads before doing the binding, but at least progress is being made.
I only need 9 more Meezer Teaser balls for the next shipment to The Siamese Cat Rescue Center’s store. These are turning out really nicely, and I have figured out a way to get bells and rattles inside some of them.
My Mom has decided to contribute some pre-cuts to the cause. Not sure what she’s sending, but I love fabric, and even random old calicoes look great in 3D!
I would like to think that I’m more than half-way done with the border to A Tribute to Mary Ellen Hopkins.
I would like to, but I really don’t know if I am… still plodding along there. Will I ever be done? Stay tuned!
This weekend, my plan is to line my quilts up in order for the speech and make index cards with what I want to talk about for each one. No doubt when I get up in front of people I will totally forget that I have these cards (or how to read) and I will just wing it (or babble), but I want to give myself a fighting chance.
Since they’re calling for another foot of snow, there’s not much else for me to do anyway… except for playing Fetch with the cats.