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I dunno!! was wondering the same thing...
still working on my heritage scrapbook.
till working on EPP Inner Cube; plugging away at it. Not a whole lot more to post about it.
Ellen I saw a Dear Jane quilt on Instagram. It was just all quilted in the ditch and it looked amazing because it showcased the piecing beautifully.
Laura: I got a package in the mail today. What an fabulous awesome selection of fabrics, I love them!!! and I have ideas on how to use them. Thank you thank you for them, I love them!! (even the pink ones !!)
You are the best!!
Now to start on some of my ideas!!
Thanks again Laura!!
Omg I did try to not put to much pink in there.
but you had to have the color array. I’m glad you like them. I can’t wait to see what you decide to make!!!
I got a package today! Such a fun surprise. Thank you thank you! I’m going to make a Dresden plate.
Oooh that’s going to be so pretty! Share pics when done.
Laura: I sent you a longer thank-you on FB messenger, but just wanted to say THANKS again for the 30s fabrics and the spools. I'm going to have fun with these fabrics on my Grandma's quilt I am restoring. Thanks again - JDO
I’ve got good news and bad news.
The bad news is I have kidney cancer.
The good news is it was found by accident and is very small, 2.8cm. My surgery date is May 11th. There is a small chance it could be benign but it’s not likely. My urologist said these kidney tumors are almost always cancerous (85-90%). The doctor won’t know until he gets in there if he will remove the tumor or take the kidney. If the kidney is removed I should have no problems with just one kidney and I would be surgically cured of cancer. Cathy tells me that you can live with only 1/3 of a kidney. I’m not scared or nervous. I expect things to turn out just fine. I'm blessed to have Cathy as a friend. She is going to come and spend a week with me while I recover.