Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Christmas decor creeping in
However, we do let a few Christmassy things sneak in, a few at a time, earlier than the tree. This past weekend we took advantage of a milder day to deck out the front step railing with greenery and bows without freezing our fingers. I added a poinsettia to the coffee table. Our first Christmas card arrived yesterday so the garland we attach the cards to every year will make an appearance shortly.
I've encountered this kind of frustration with pre-cuts before. Am I alone in this? I suppose the advantage of these bundles is that it gives you a little bit of a lot of different fabrics to play with, but I don't think it really cuts down on the cutting chore.
Anyway, it's done now and today I'm going to take a deep breath and try my hand at freemotion quilting again. Wish me luck!
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