Got my sewing machine out on Wednesday. Had to make 300 inches of binding to put on Our Little Munchkin's quilt.
Going to have to give the shop a call, as now my on/off button doesn't turn off on the sewing machine? So I have to unplug it to turn it off. It worked before it went in for repair.
Now as to what the title of the post is about. After sewing the binding on the front of the quilt, it is all to hand sew to the back of the quilt.
In the winter this is a cozy job, having a large quilt sat on your lap and over your legs. When it's warm out it does tend to get a little warm!!! This is the hardest part of the quilt for me, as hand sewing kills my hands.
I bought some more yarn at The Knitting Basket, as Angie had a table full of yarn on sale for $3 a ball. You couldn't go wrong with that price. So I started to knit a dishcloth to add to my stash. Not too taxing on the brain and it doesn't involve that Magic Loop thingy!!
By the way will be pulling out what I have done so far as there is a mistake in it!! Nothing exciting, but I can see it, and if I can see it, everyone else will be able too.