One would think that I would know better after all these years but it just doesn't pay to get in a rush. I just made a mini quilt top that looks like it could have been my first effort. It's that bad. I knew I wasn't taking the time to do it right and it certainly shows. So, I'll start over and try to sew accurately next time.
I missed being with the quilting group last night. Stormy weather got in the way. If nothing interferes next week I plan to bring some appetizers - I'm testing the recipe for the first time and need some guinea pigs to taste test them.
Sharon's and Angela's Doodle BOM examples are pretty! Good workmanship too. Thanks for sharing.
I bought some stick-on stuff that's supposed to keep rotary rulers from slipping but I still like my stick-on sandpaper dots the best. Some of mine are so old they have begun to fall off so I'm replacing them today. Using my single hole punch I made about 200 dots last night and will stick them on the back of my rulers today using a straight pin to pick off the paper backing so the glue will stick to the rulers. It's a little tedious but to me it's worth the time - especially when I'm making miniatures. In a day or two I hope to begin my mini-quilt prize for the spring retreat. Hope everyone has a productive week.