I'm not sure how it happened, but I've entered a new decade of my life. Last Friday was my 60th birthday. It's still difficult to say. I'll get over it. So how did I celebrate the days leading up to the big day? They were spent in a hospital bed drinking clear liquids. The diagnosis was diverticulitis. I was told it happens to many people as they get older. Okay, rub it in, doc. Feeling much better today and working on another UFO. I started the applique center for Edyta Sitar's Medallion Quilt. The scrappy HSTs units were one of my Fantastic Friday projects from a couple of years ago.
There were a few finishes since my last post. I made a little purse for my granddaughter, Abby.
In our Civil War Tribute Club at the shop, we are exchanging album blocks. Twenty-four ladies signed up to swap. For once, mine are done, signed and delivered way ahead of the deadline.
Also working a small cross stitch piece from Prairie Schooler called "Songs of the Season", booklet #81.
Finally, I finished this little table runner from a Judy Ziosios kit. She teaches water color projects and photo transfer projects among other things.