Woke up this morning to fog, again. It's been foggy around here for the past few days because of warmer temps than normal and a cold ground, I suppose. I took this picture late this morning when it wasn't too foggy anymore.
This was a close-up of the cattle in the field. There is the roof of the barn behind them but you can't see it. Those girls are starting to have their calves already.
Yesterday I took the Bernina in for a checkup. Haven't done that in a while and decided it was time. This morning I set up the Featherweight because I wanted to get the border on the scrappy quilt I started.
I really like this little guy. I wish it could talk and tell me where it has been. It's over 60 years old and it still hums along nicely just like me. I purchased it from a quilter who was moving and needed to downsize a bit. I didn't think of asking her where she got it. I did get the border on the quilt top.
I am so pumped about using my scraps to make quilts. I had just enough of the border material to apply 3" borders. Woot-Woot.
Bernie won't be ready to pick up until next week so I should use the time wisely. Let's see, I could sort all the laces. I have wayyy too much of that. And my sister informed me that when she moves she's giving me her stash of French lace that she has collected over the years. I can't say no to that, although what I will do with it I haven't a clue. I could cut one of my projects waiting for me in the project basket so it's ready to sew when Bernie comes home. Or, I could work on cards. I have everything spread out and ready to go. Or, maybe doing disgusting jobs around the house? NOT.