I'm done with the divided Harriet Hazlin and it looks like my seams will be quite short. I guess I misjudged but it will work out. I tried to chose a fabric that goes with both floss colors and this is the best I can do. Looks good in the photo but the green in the print is really green. This size works great for a drum but I'm doing two pillow/pincushion finishes. Or should I do something odd and sew them together with a decorative stitch and then frame?
My Squeak is still missing. I wonder if he is trapped in someone's shed. He was here several times when the orange one showed up and was afraid of him, but they didn't fight so I doubt there is a connection.
My sister heard from Cleveland Clinic and they can't do the TAVR, which is the valve-in-valve replacement done through the groin with a catheterization. Her femoral artery is not large enough for the valve delivery so they are going through the chest directly into the aorta to reach the diseased valve. That's a big hole! I guess they stitch it closed after the valve goes through. We'll find out more end of the week. At least it's still the same method, just a different delivery point. Much much shorter and easier recovery. Her son is still not doing well and is seeing the specialist this morning. Hopefully a change or addition of medication will help him keep food down. He's lost almost 30 pounds in three weeks.
Got the Thread Heaven and Queen Esther chart, may start that instead of Abe. Depends on what I pull out of the linen pile. And I do mean pile. What a mess. The whole house has been a mess for so long, why not my supplies too?
Got several names for the Shaker Cat and will pick from the hat tonight.
Have a good hump day.
Thanks for visiting.