Well I was accused of ruining a mystery on a new group I recently joined because I posted my blocks and someone thought I was guessing at the layout. I had forgotten to take pictures like these two so I just used the ones I had put on my blog not even thinking that I could be revealing a layout. I meant no harm, but had my feelings hurt by those who seemed to think I was out to ruin their fun on purpose. PLEASE. I felt like telling them my recent life story. My heart has been broken several times in the last few months and I am doing all I can to just put one stitch in front of the other. I am not my usual sharp self and just wasn't thinking at all when I posted the pics. But knowing my story doesn't really matter to the masses and some people just look for something to be pissy about I apologized and let it go. I was so excited to find the group and have a more fun way to make my Quilts of Valor donation quilts--I love mysteries but now I will finish up this mystery and quietly take my fabric and go home. Sigh.
We have been watching a lot of the Olympics and I did some knitting last night while the USA's girls gymnastics team was winning!
I also unpicked my bow tie cheddary challenge and then today I took in some seams, did some trimming and made it fit. I noticed that some of the previous row was also a little bigger and I hadn't see it before. I am over it. It looks better and so too bad if it isn't perfect. My perfectionist tendencies are leaving me, my give a damn is busted. I am happy with this one and really should do one more row on it to see if it is big enough.
This morning, I also did some fast quilting on this little dolly quilt and have put it on our ottoman for a doggy quilt. It will serve its purpose.