Thursday, April 5, 2018

I Like Thursday: Recovery

A quiet week.  My neck and shoulders still hurt from last Saturday.  What the heck did I do to myself?  I've been trying to take it easy - a little reboot and recovery.

I like eating my share of the Easter candy we made.  Serious sugar overload on Sunday, but I've paced myself since then.   

I like finding Wedgwood snuggled up. She doesn't use the tunnels as often as she used to, so it was a pleasant surprise to see her curled up in there.  She's been in there most of this week.

I enjoy sending little surprise packages to people.  Some paves to my sister, toffee to some others.



I like doodling to practice free motion quilting.  I usually do this before trying a new design to see what feels right and looks good.  (I see the wavy circle pattern I used on one of the mug rugs.)  I've seen some lovely designs that I can't quite recreate.  Others take several tries to get the hang of it, even with pen on paper.  The flowers on the left were a bit of a surprise - didn't feel/look so good as I did them, but now that I step back and look at them, I really like them.  Maybe I need to try that sometime.



I like that I'm using up the last of the cursed dress fabric.  Done!  The bowls are a little lumpy because I folded the fabric for a clean edge.  I like two of them; the other two not so much.  Oh, well.  They're done!

I like that I saw a groundhog in the back yard yesterday.  I thought they had been wiped out - I haven't seen any in over a year. 

The likes continue on over at Not Afraid of Color's I Like Thursday.


8 comments :

  1. Awe Wedgewood is so cute. I think your doodles look fabulous.

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  2. you make me want a Wedgie for my own! those are happy baskets and quilting pieces.

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  3. Hi Sally,
    Those bowls are so cool and the perfect use for any cursed fabric! Useful, pretty and now that fabric is out of your stash. Your doodling looks fabulous to me - all of it would be great as FMQ. And how cute is little Wedgewood?! That face, peaking out at you has to make you smile big! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. That little Wedgewood is adorable. I love your doodling and it is harder than it looks to do. I've tried! I really have to be careful with sugar so it's lucky I don't have a sweet tooth.

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  5. What a fun picture of Wedgewood in her tunnel! Love your doodling for FMQ, too - it's something I know I should do, but never seem to get around to. Hope your neck and shoulders are feeling better!

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  6. Oh, I so miss my guinea pig ... but don't tell my hubby - we've sworn off new pets so we have more freedom to be gone overnight(s) ... I will have to live vicariously through you ... In Cleveland, we used to have a family of groundhogs in our back woods ... you knew it was spring when they emerged and started to forage!

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  7. Wedgwood is adorable!!! Sorry to hear about your neck and shoulder, try taking a walk--it is the one thing that helps me (been battling this for years). Your bowls are neat, love the colors! Have a wonderful week!

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  8. Your Wedgewood is cute in the tunnel. We went to the pet store for bird feed on Monday as it was a Bank Holiday. So cute to see the bunnies and hamsters, etc. It makes me want to get another one. But, not with Holly around!

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