After work we went to our last Brewer Game of the season. We sat in the 300 level in really comfy seats. It was the most boring game I've ever been to in my life AND it went into extra innings. It was a 4-1/2 hour game...which we ultimately LOST.
We got home so late that I didn't get any quilting in. =( Oh well, tomorrow is another day.
I ran across this awesome blog entry of Veronica's. She made herself a little caddy for underneath her sewing machine. Now, I've made several of these; including a bunch at retreat when Jill pimped me out but Veronica put a new twist on it. Instead of free motion quilting it, she used her decorative stitches to quilt it. If this isn't a brilliant idea I don't know what is! When you get a new machine you're urged to go through and test out all of your decorative stitches so that you can see what they actually look like. I've tried to do this but I typically get bored really quick but this project? This is something that you can try them all out on AND have a finished item when you're done to use as reference and you won't even have to search for it because it will be under your machine.
I finally got around to making a logo for our Prolific Online Quilters Group. I think it turned out pretty cool. I took the picture from my Charming Challenge and edited it to the extreme and used it as a background.
Started with this:
Changed it to this:
Ended with this: