Sunday, August 24, 2008

A Most Beautiful Day

We are having a most beautiful day weatherwise. The sun is shining and so far, the temperatures are just right.

Last Fall, we were in Alberta and I came across a two-storey quilting shop in Camden that had materials everywhere you looked. Oh, heavens here I come. Not that I needed anymore materials but what the heck, I just had to go in. Among the things I found was a ragtime quilt that had a full size snowman on the front of the quilt and the back of the quilt was his back. I just loved it but I had also promised myself that I was not going to make another ragtime quilt - 8 done so far. So I left the pattern there. After I got home in New Brunswick, I was sorry I had not picked it up and growled about it. At Christmas, my DD gave me the pattern as a gift. So I began frantically searching for proper materials. I now have all the materials and have even begun to cut it out. With the Summer weather plus the fact that we are in the renovation mode in our house, I have had to put it down for a while. Can hardly wait to get back at it.

Yesterday, we were pleased to have a nice visit from our DD, DSIL and our granddog, Brie. Brie is such a sweet little dog. For those of you who don't know, Brie had to be operated on her back, but she is now walking again - even if she is a bit like a drunken sailor. We have seen a big improvement in her walking in the last couple of weeks.

Have a Great Day!

Mumzy

7 comments:

Pumpkin said...

What are you doing calling Brie a little drunken sailor! ;o) LOL!

I was only too happy to get that pattern for you so we can see what you will do with it.

I hope you don't mind but I added the link to that quilting shop that you mentioned :o)

Thank you for yesterday. We had a great time!

Karen said...

awwww I bet Brie looks cute with her new walk :O)
I had to look up ragtime quilts they look super, I hope you will share your progress photos with us

welcome to blogging

brokenfairy said...

Just a quick hello and welcome to the blogging world, *waves*
I came by via Cathey's blog.

Ranae said...

I came from Cathey's blog.
Welcome to Blogland

Daffycat said...

Hello, Mumzy! Cathey let us all know you were here so I wanted to wish you a big "Welcome to Blogland!"

diva of quilts said...

Hi!
Thanks for visiting my blog! Hope you're enjoying your blogging experience so far. Can't wait to see some of your quilts and Swedish weaving, especially. I don't think I'm familiar with that.
^_^ laura

~Tammy said...

I look forward to seeing your quilts come to life, especially the snowman one.