Friday, July 21, 2006

Cooler Weather and a Quilt Siting

The thunderstorms rolled in this morning, bringing a much needed break in the heat. I made it to my sewing machine for the first time in 3 days and did some quilting on a star quilt for Project Linus. I have managed to continue knitting a bit each day on the brown and white feather and fan afghan.

I'd like to thank Nancy at NancyQuilts for adding me to her list of blogs that she reads. As far as I know, she is the first to link to my blog. Thank you, Nancy!

Today I saw a lovely Lone Star quilt on an episode of "The Equalizer" that originally aired in 1986. It was a scrap quilt and looked old. It was hanging on the wall behind the man who was about to be murdered. Fortunately, he fell forward when he was shot so the quilt was not damaged. I watch "The Equalizer" on the Sleuth Channel which appeared in the DirectTV line up about a month ago. Their slogan is "mystery, crime, all the time." Sleuth Channel can be found on satellite TV and some digital cable outlets.

1 comment:

  1. Your welcome. :-) I'm addicted to quilt blogs and when I see one that intersts me - meaning not mostly art quilts or knitting - then I like to add it to my bloglines so I don't miss anything. I've enjoyed looking in to see what you're working on.