Today I was feeling better and spent the better part of it in my sunny sewing room, taking care of business in the morning and sewing in the afternoon. Ahhhhhhh. Sewed the facings on my green quilt and did some work on my other abstract piece, which is ready to layer with batting and back.
THEN - chore of chores - updating my database of quilts with name, date, size, price, and all the other salient details. Overwhelming - I am really a sloppy record-keeper. Then, of course, I have to add some of that info to my website gallery, make labels for the unlabeled/sleeves for the sleeveless...
It seems to be an endless chore but at least i will know what I have. Maybe.
I'm finally getting back on east coast time - I seem to be eating at odd hours and not being able to fall asleep at normal times. It is almost midnight, so maybe tonight it will be easier to fall asleep. Before I do, I want to show you a picture that was in the Houston booklet/catalog/or whatever they call it. This was a group quilt I participated in about two years ago the first and last time I will do this. In any event, it was juried into "In Full Bloom" this year in Houston and it's the poster child for the exhibit.
It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out which segment is mine.