|A completed UFO: This is for my husband's cousin|
who has a birthday this month. And who gave
me some beautiful paintings.
|Detail view of "Not Your Grandmother's Log Cabin."|
|Test run for a new pattern and a birthday gift.|
It is for, you guessed it: another cousin of my husband.
She turned fifty this year. Happy Birthday!
NOW FOR MY SECRET SHAME:
Okay, anyone who knows me realizes that housework is absolutely the last thing on my to-do list. The VERY last thing. I know things are getting out of hand when my husband (who asks only that the dishes be done and he empties the dishwasher) tells me its time to sweep my studio. Today he DEMANDED that I sweep. Yikes! So, I did. I got 5 of these, yes you read correctly FIVE of these dust laden things from one sweeping. I vow here and now to sweep once a week. (Okay, I'll try.) But to be honest, longarm quilting does generate a lot of dust. So does all that cutting and sewing. Yeah I know I am making excuses...
|My Secret Shame.|
I never sweep, and only occasionally dust.
I use batting scraps on my Swiffer head to clean up with.
As you can see, when you use the danged thing
it works pretty well. The bonus is that batting scraps are