Sunday, April 18, 2010
Report on Saturday.
At the shop later, it was nice to see some regular customers to chat with. I picked out some fabrics for a Kid's Disappearing nine-patch quilt kit:
Last night i thought I'd start the blocks, and within an hour had them all sewn, but not sewn together yet, this is what they look like on the floor:
Finally finished reading "The Children's Book", by A.S. Byatt, one of my favorite authors. It was very long, about 600 pages? but it was mostly quite enjoyable, altho in a few sections it felt like a history lecture. The story took place from about 1890 to 1918 among that group of people in England who adhered to the Fabian/ William Morris way of life. This morning I started a new book by John Irving, "Last Night in Twisted River" --another long one, looks like.
Another gorgeous day out here, hope you have a great day wherever you are!!
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