You all are way to nice here - and I cannot believe I did all that ripping (normally I would have pitched it after ripping it once if I had to do it again). My patience level must be getting better. Either that or I really like the table runner.
I did get a new bale into the roundbale feeder with no major or minor mishaps. Our skidloader has 2 hand controls - you push them forward to go fast. In addition to a lead foot, I must also have lead hands - hehe. But chores were done early, the kids are on their school routine starting tonight (bedtime is 8:20), and I've had time to play.
So I worked on basting this quilt - my beloved pinwheels:
But now am having quilting issues - do I stiple it? do I try to figure out a pattern to quilt it in? wavy lines across the quilt? The only thing I know I don't want to do is straight lines - if I cannot drive in a straight line down the road, there is no way in heck I'm going to quilt in straight lines.... Guess I'll think on it for a few days - I have exactly 1 month to get it done - it's a smallish twin size, so it won't take very long to quilt once I make up my mind. I'm leaning towards some sort of pattern, but don't want to back myself into a corner with only a month to go.
Tommorrow night I'm drying herbs and starting the tiring process of canning tomato sauce and whole tomatoes. Why did I think I needed 45 tomato plants total????