Last time I renewed my car registration, I took advantage of being able to do it on-line, which seemed great, took 2 minutes. But then, the registration never came in the mail. A trip to the Motor Vehicle Department (and a long wait) revealed the problem. The final letter of my plate was not actually a letter. It was a number! I had renewed someone else's registration! So you can see that I approached this on-line registration with some nervousness this time. When it came time to enter my number, there was this big, red warning: If your registration expires in October, the final character is the number 0, not the letter o. I'm thinking maybe I was not the only one to make this mistake????
Anyway, back to the quilt. I left you as I was about to start some threadwork on the top.
Did I mention that I love thread? Here is a detail of the threadwork on the trees. I forgot to take pictures until after I had layered and pin-basted the quilt.
And here is another detail of the foliage in the graveyard. For the tall grasses, I actually ran two threads, a tan and a green, through my needle at the same time. I've never done this before, and I really like the line it gave me.
Then, it was time for the quilting.
Here is the finished quilt, hanging in the Art Center.
|West On Route 2, |
And to thank you for waiting around while I got back to posting, a gratuitous picture of bunny butts!
|Ginny, reaching into the cage to see if Weasley has anything good left in that dish.|