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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Wednesday Weather Report #21 - 10/11/17

And here we are...done with week #21!!! Woo hoo!!

And that means I am now done with three full rows of my temperature quilt!!

There is a definite yellow-green tinge creeping into the later blocks. I think fall is finally thinking of making an official appearance. Today is a good example...when you are woken up by your fav furchild at 6am and it's already warmer than the day's projected high, you know it's all downhill from there.  It's currently 51 and raining - yet again so close to a new color. Next chance looks like it could be Monday...

I've got a little catching up to do on the machine applique but it won't take more than half an hour to get the last row together and attached to the mothership. It's on the agenda for my sew day on Friday.

Cathy and I were going to take a Bonnie class with a guild up in Rochester but when the guild attached an *additional* $35 fee since there were sooo many students in the class we said thanks but no thanks. We can sew at my house for way less than $100 each, even if we order an extravagant lunch somewhere. We have both taken Bonnie classes before so we weren't totally heartbroken.

Happy Hump Day!


Pamela said...

It looks great! What is a Bonnie class?

Jo said...

Good to see some colour change

KimM said...

Love the colors on your quilt! I’d stay home, too 😬

Vireya said...

That extra $35 sounds a bit rude to me. Couldn't they just have limited the enrolments in the first place, rather than forcing people out by upping the price later? Enjoy staying home and sewing instead!

Congratulations on three whole rows complete.

Janet O. said...

Right now this looks like a lovely quilt made for Fall. What colors are yet to be introduced?

Linda Swanekamp said...

It would have been so nice to be in a class with you! Beautiful colors in your blocks.

MissPat said...

Heard Bonnie's lecture today and it was super. I took a workshop with her in Bedford, PA this summer. They did mention that they had 1 opening in the Friday workshop and 2 for Saturday. Interesting that they tacked on the extra fee. Was that only for non-member registrations?
Enjoy your sew day.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

As much as I like BH and her work, I can't see paying such fees to work on something that is on her free pattern list or in one of the books I have. Staying home or sewing with a friend so much better.