Well I’m back to quarantine…back to not really seeing the kids or grandkids. Covid has struck in our area. I know several people who I see on a regular basis that have it. Our county went from zero cases to seven in a the matter of a week and I’m sure that number is really going to jump as I myself know 6 people that have it.
After the news, we decided as a family that we have to stay apart again. UGH…that’s no fun but necessary. It’s really important that both Gannon and I be able to continue on and be able to keep our medical appointments. We both have some this week…Gannon actually has a lot. I have one on the 7th.
..and a little update on me, I did request a new doctor and I am getting one. It turns out that the doctor I was set up to see, the oncologist is also a endocrinologist. It seems to me I should have been seeing her from the start. I am so hoping that I like her or can at least talk with her and get my questions answered. Watch for an update on that later in the week.
So if you didn’t see, the Dirty Dozen number that Mary picked was #5. For me that means….
5-Scrap Bargello in Plaids
I’ve made this quilt before…
I adored it. Over the years as I’ve deboned shirts I’ve cut more strips to make another. I gifted the first one and thought I’d love to make one to keep.
5-I have scrap vortex that I started- It’s the project in the bag on the left in the photo below. Some asked what Scrap Vortex is. You can find more about it HERE. Scroll to the bottom..it was a quilt along.
#5-This is a simple rectangle quilt. I cut out rectangles from white and black shirts when I was making Jasper’s baby quilt. This is destin to be a quilt for a wedding so this might be bumped in at some point.
It looks like I’ll have plenty to keep me busy.
The beauty of having so many UFOs and a list with 32 projects on it is that I still get to make some choices as I have three different #5’s.
Stop back tomorrow and see what project I ended up picking to work on….If I’m not quilting, I’ll be cross stitching, cleaning, framing some cross stitch projects, gardening, or doing some kind of project around here. I sure don’t love quarantine but I do love that I still have plenty to do…but I’ll be missing the grandkids and my own kids for sure.