I am breaking in a new helper in the studio. He has a lot to learn but will soon be acquainted with every square inch. I have got to learn not to leave spools of threaed lying about. I am also going to be reorganizing some of my scrap fabric bins- they definitely need something with a sturdy lid.
Bailey is his name. He was a stray that we adopted a couple of weeks ago and we are guessing he is 8-9 months old. A bundle of joy for sure. I knew when he started following me everywhere around the house that it was going to make life in the studio interesting. The German Shepherds are content to just lay at my feet, but not so a kitty. While I was pressing some seams I turned back to find him taking over my chair.
Here is the current project. Next step, putting all the layers together and machine quilting. I have found a cute flannel for the back that was just made for this one. And yes, there is still a special block that is staying hidden from view for now.
As I wrapped up the day I looked out the studio window to this view. A cold front is moving in and with the storms are building. I still am not used to thunderstorms this time of year, but I guess when yo ucan go from near 80 to a low in the 20's it is not too surprising. So tomorrow our pleasant summer days will give way to a taste of winter. I think it should be a good weekend to stay in and get some more work done in the studio. I still have some leaves to make for the quilt along this week... And maybe cuddle up with my beloved under a quilt to watch a movie.
Taking it a stitch at a time,
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