I will post finished pictures as these are kinda dark and don't do it justice. Of course there were fabric leftovers and I can't throw away a scrap! I know somewhere in the world is a counselling service for this affliction but I am coping so far. Anyway, our smaller quilting group met (aka The Moonlight Quilters) and I just wanted to sew a non-serious project so I brought my scraps, lovely ribbon, Etal, thread leftovers (I haven't told you that I collect bags of leftover threads, but only the pretty ones), tulle, metallic threads and metallic floss, just all kinds of goodies. I then made a new piece of fabric suitable for a purse maybe, a bookcover? It has a lot of possibilities. Don't know what it is about such stuff but its a lot of fun.
I've decided that working at home can be very isolating and sometimes the days go by and by and bye-bye! It's hard to put a perspective on your life as it flashes by at high speed so I've decided to try and capture a good thought about a "High-Point" or two of that day. Since its kinda early in the day, I will post yesterday's High Point: A phone call to a friend that I have lost touch with and who has been sick. She wants to learn to quilt too and I'm just the one to show her!