How’s everyone doing with the UFO #6? If you’ve completed yours, feel free to blog about it any time. I’ll do the link box when I draw the number for the February UFO and you can then add a link to your blog post. You don’t have to wait til the end of the month to do your blog post. Even if you aren’t finished yet, you might want to make a blog post about your progress.
Anyone have sewing plans for the weekend? I’m hoping to get lots of quilting done this weekend. Speck’s injury and all the sitting I did with him helped me with my knitting goals but didn’t do much for my quilting goals this week. I got new glasses this morning so I may sew through my fingers while I get used to these. Why are new glasses so hard to adjust to? My eyes are too close together and it’s really hard for me to get glasses that work and living in such a small place, most of the eye glass shops have few choices. But, I’ll adjust and I’ll watch my fingers while sewing til I get used to them.
Speck’s meds are working and he’s feeling great . . too great.
Despite my fabric barrier, he went sailing right over the top of the fabric bolts this morning to get to his favorite chair. Chad and I just stood there dumbfounded! I’m glad Chad saw it because I’m not sure I would have believed my own eyes if I had been the only one to see it. We’ll have to come up with Plan B for keeping him from jumping. Simply telling him NO would be nice but you know what they say about teaching an old dog new tricks. I’m downstairs sewing this afternoon so I brought him down with me and stacked boxes on the only furniture down here . . a recliner. He knows we’re treating him differently and he’s suspicious so he’s staying right on my heels and if I don’t watch him, I’ll step on him. Actually, sitting on the floor and knitting is the easiest thing for me but I have quilting that must be done!