I have spent most of today making a rooster. He is for my latest quilt and I finally got him finished half hour ago. I did have him all done earlier in the afternoon, including sewing to the background, and then decided I didn't like where he was. As I had used a zigzag stitch to attach this fine fellow, it took a while removing them. I am glad I took the time, however, as he looks a lot better in the new place. Now I have to trim the background, add borders and get it quilted.
I have a couple of items for sale and both are a great bargain. If you like making hexagons, you will love the perpetual calendar with 365 six inch blocks by Katja Marek. Each block includes a placement diagram, photo and full sized templates. The original cost was 23.99 U.S. but I am offering it at $15.00. I only have one of these left.
I also have 2 zero centre measuring tapes. These are designed to be used on a long arm table to keep your quilt sandwich centred. The centre of each tape has a zero and the numbers starting at 1 on either side and go to 72 on either end. The other side of the tape is the usual type. Only $12.00 each.
It has been quite cold here today with snow squall warnings, which, fortunately, we didn't get.
Have a safe weekend. Contact me via the comment area if you are interested in the items that are for sale.