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Monday, December 05, 2011

Design Wall Monday


This is where I left off on The Ultimate Scrap Quilt Like Julie's. Yes, that is the name. I started calling it that when I first started and it's stuck. 5 rows are webbed together.

I wrote yesterday about taking care of my husband and working on Orca Bay. I think TUSCLJ is going to take the back burner for a few days.

Thanks everyone for all the kind words yesterday. He is doing great! I got a little sleep. It will we wonderful when the knee is healed.

There will be great DWM posts here at Patchwork Times and OB Link Up here at Quiltville.

10 comments:

Mary said...

I hope your hubby has a rapid recovery from his surgery. Keep stitching. If you are like me, it's good therapy in times like this.

LuAnn said...

Love your scrap quilt, and you are keeping right up with the Orca Bay mystery. I wish your hubby a speedy recovery!

Cathy said...

I love this scrap quilt, Judy. It is wonderful. Give Ernie a hug from blogland.

fancystitching said...

Best wishes for a quick healing for Ernie's new knee!! No dancing around the Christmas tree for you 2 this year!! Hopefully in just a week or so you will be back to finding some quilting/sewing time for yourself. Your scrap quilt is absolutely fabulous!!

scraphappy said...

The ultimate scrap quilt like julie's is looking great! Glad you were able to get a bit of sleep, rest can make such a difference for you both right now.

Quilter Kathy said...

I'm loving the TUSCLJ...that's quite a handle for your pretty quilt!

QuiltSwissy said...

Get Well wishes for hubby. And hang in there ones for you!

Cute kitty! And I love the quilt and it's name!

glen

PJ said...

I'm lovin this scrap quilt. Glad to hear that hubby doing well. Take care of yourself too.

Barb in Mi said...

It's beautiful! And now added on my bucket list...

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

WOW - what a beautiful quilt!! I love how it turned out. Now I have to add TUSQLJ to my "Gotta Make One of THOSE" list! Glad to hear your husband is doing well - here's hoping for a speedy recovery!