Not that I'm trying to hurry away the weekend or anything, but I have my first physical therapy appointment Monday morning. I'm still in a great deal of pain and also feeling like a slug from not doing anything other than my stationary bike all week. I'm anxious to get back to training for my triathlon.
Since my evenings have been free, though, I have done quite a bit of sewing and cutting for my next quilt, making hundreds of half-square triangles and cutting a gazillion red patches. This is for the quilt I showed in my March 31 post. I can't really start even a test block until I have most of the fabrics cut out since this is planned scrappy. I'm making really great progress, even though I don't have any I can show!
I am scheming how I can get to Spokane for the Buggy Barn's quilt show in August. Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie's Quilt Company is teaching 2 all-day classes there, and I'd love to take the Friday class. Hmm, wish I could see the class project, but it won't be available to see until July. I'm not sure I want to pay $145 for the class (includes all day class, lunch and the kit) sight unseen, but I am such a huge fan of that designer.... Stay tuned!