Friday, November 15, 2019

NaBloPoMo Day #15

Well, I watched the impeachment hearing again so little housework got done but lots of handwork!
I worked on Sew She Did cross stitch............pay no attention to that yellow streaking...I have no idea?

and I'm up to Row #9 of 14 on the Granny Scrap Box quilt...........

and I sewed a bunch more rag strips together which I will crochet into my rag rug.............
I also picked up a prescription and discovered that my pharmacist, Jennifer, is expecting in January!  I get to make a baby blanket!!!  So excited for her and her family!   I paid a few bills and that was my day!  I hope you got more done than I did! LOL!
Happy Trails!!!

12 comments:

  1. Wow, look at all those quilt strips you're getting done. You'll have the blanket done soon, no doubt.

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  2. Housework will always be there. Unless you are being buried under dust bunnies or trash you do what you want. Your craft work will thank you. I am really looking forward to seeing the quilt strips out together. You are getting very close.

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    1. I can only do that once in awhile as I don't really like the feeling of laying around too much. It actually makes me more tired than if I did physical work.

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  3. I have yarn for two baby blankets...go figure! You will have fun making one for your friend. Your quilt strips are coming along nicely!

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    1. Any good patterns that you like that you could recommend?

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    2. For babies I like Shell stitch if it is fine yarn. I have Baby Bernat and I will just do a double crochet I think:)

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  4. I love making baby blankets. They are my favorite craft to make as there is so much joy and anticipation involved. I've got lots of knitting/crocheting done the past few days as I'm down with a doozy of a cold. My first in a few years and it reminds me of how much I dislike being sick.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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    1. I'm looking forward to making this blanket for her and her family. She is so nice. In fact, everyone at my pharmacy is nice!

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  5. Hi Sam :) Your cross stitch pattern is really neat, I can't wait to see it finished! I don't have a television and I honestly could care less about politics, but the way you've described watching the hearings reminds me of the 90's when I was watching the O.J. trial all day long lol...

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    1. I've always been working so never saw a lot of this stuff but I am a political nerd I guess. I like to keep up with what's going on...good bad or ugly! LOL!

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