I’m so excited, and I just can't hide it, (Pointer Sisters song in my head). This is day two of the “Dare To Dresden”, and I cannot be more excited about this. If I could dance a jig after knee surgery I would. Day one was most exciting to see all the different versions of Dresden that the participating blog hoppers have made. Blog Hopping lets you try things that you might not have ever tried before. Thank you Madame Samm and Christine of Quilt Monster Closet for hosting this most fabulous hop.
Now I am most proud of myself for being able to finish my Dresden wall hanging/table runner. As you know I am one of the leading experts on procrastination, but this time it was not my fault that I had knee surgery just when I was in the creative mood. Four days after the surgery, I hobbled down to my sewing room with the walker and put my foot to the peddle and worked on it for 4 days and completed it with binding and sleeve and even a label two days early. So here it is:
I had my stepson Deon to take it out side to take a picture in our first snow of the year. Below is a closer picture.
Check out the label. Wow, I completed, I mean really completed my first blog hop show. This is really the second, put this is the only quilt finish I have done for a hop. YAH!!!!
This is something, I am also working on as soon as I get back into the sewing room in Black and White.
Thank you for stopping by, and please visit the other hoppers today.
The Slow Quilter (Felicia)