Cliffhanger!

In the previous episode, I told you some about my process for making the Wind River Beauty quilt. There are a couple of important program notes since then. First, it is still in process!! Yes, the top is done, and has been for, golly, a few weeks. It’s been on my longarm frame and off of it and back on.

In the meantime, I made a baby quilt for my very-soon-to-be-born grandson. Until it’s revealed to the parents, I won’t be sharing it here. And the little guy needs to be revealed first!

The second program note is that I’m taking a bit of a hiatus. Now, you may or may not have noticed that I haven’t been around, either reading or writing. Some family/personal/non-quilting things have come up, taking my attention. I’m not sure when I’ll get back to this, but likely it will be a few weeks.

Thanks as always for reading. I look forward to visiting with you again.

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17 thoughts on “Cliffhanger!

  1. Judy

    I have noticed you weren’t on here very often, I hope things work out for you and will be looking forward to your return. Enjoy the soon too be grandson when he arrives.

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  2. Kerry

    Family always comes first. Secondly you have the right to have freedom, blogging isn’t the be all end all unless it’s become your job/part of a career. We’ll be around to go “yippee!” if and when you return. Besides a baby coming is exciting for grandmothers! Enjoy.

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  3. katechiconi

    I hope your hiatus is filled with family, joy, a beautiful grandbaby and not a single thought about quilting apart from the newborn’s own special one. We’ll still be here when you get back 🙂

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  4. Barb

    All the best to you and your family and the arrival of your new baby. Hope all your personal issues clear up soon. We will be waiting for you return but take care of yourself and your loved ones first.

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  5. snarkyquilter

    Thanks for reading my mind, as I was wondering if I should email you to check up on how you’re doing. Quilting is a delight, but it’s not going to be at the top of life’s priority list. Hope matters get resolved to your satisfaction.

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  6. Elizabeth E.

    I’ve been thinking about you, so thanks for this wee post. Take care, and hope the hiatus proves good for you.

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