A few days of rain does a lot for a quilter's time in the studio.
I completed the quilting on Spumoni Spin #2. I might not get the binding on until the next rainy day...because it is pretty outside. Don't even know why I am on my computer when the sun is shining!
It is because I have been a little obsessed with the scrappy Half Square Triangles (HSTs) that are left over from the two quilts I made from the Spumoni Bali Pops.
No matter how many HSTs I piece together...there are always more!
I can't seem to stop thinking about what to do with this little suckers.
In July I finished a set of Sandra Cozzolino Santas
I know you are wondering...how may of these Santas are there left to make from this designer?
Every time I think I have that figured out the final tally...I find more vintage designs. Sandra Cozzolino has a Facebook page where even she admits she doesn't know the final count.
I am now starting her new designs for 2020.
No wild critter pics to share though I did see a lynx cross our street while working in the yard last week. The lynx was as tall as my dogs...who were very confused when they saw it. I'm sure they thought it was a dog. It made for a nice conversation piece that evening at dinner.
My big cat, Eli, was safely tucked away inside. He is only allowed to go in the dog run for outside adventures since there are just too many wild animals that would like to eat him...lynx, foxes and coyotes are all in the area.
He would make a good-sized meal.
Time to get on with more gardening tasks.
All of the annuals are hitting peak performance.