- work on the marquoir (weather permitting)--I worked on it, but it was a little like Fred Flintstone driving his car. Lots of foot moving, no forward motion.
- work on two WIPS: Curtis Boehringer Apple Sampler and Heart's Content, Merry and Bright--I completed the Apple Sampler! and got about halfway on the border of Merry and Bright.
- work on class quilt--yes, I've cut out the entire quilt and stitched up 2/3 of the background.
- cut out more pieces for the 19dicketytwo quilt--alas and alack, it is still boxed up
- host a book party for Adrienne!
- work on the marquoir
- work on WIP Lilybet's Spot Sampler II
- work on WIP Hillside Sampling's Folk Art Threadkeep
- work on class quilt
Check this out: Truckers who knit and quilt in their down time. It's no April Fool's joke. And what do you know? They do the work for many of the same reasons we do. One trucker says his work, "gives you a little bit of ownership. You've actually accomplished something with your time off." Do you think this will be the thing that shuts down the old lady count? Will it end the stereotypes?