Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Don't Rain On My Parade

I finished the quilting on my "El Segundo" quilt today. I remarked to my husband that if I managed to get the binding on before the end of the year, I will have completed all of the projects I started this year. He then proceeded to say, "What about that quilt on the chair in the bedroom?"

Are you kidding me? First of all, I started that quilt two years ago. So it doesn't count towards my list of accomplishments for this year. As I've said before, my list - my logic. Second of all, who throws a UFO in a quilters face when they are bragging? That's a good way to get stuck with a pin mister. Don't talk about the size of my stash. Don't ask about all the magazines and books. And don't mention the UFO's. Seriously. That's like talking about fight club.

I was actually looking at said quilt today. It is a really big quilt and there is not that much quilting left to do. It's all hand quilted. And since the weather has cooled, it would be nice to have it spread over me while I work on it. I was in the process of quilting it when I got pregnant. I stopped working on it because I would get drowsy and fall asleep mid stitch. I couldn't do anything for long stretches of time back then. I pretty much slept through my first trimester. By the time I got back into quilting, I had other projects to work on. So I think I will go ahead and finish this one up after I put the binding on "El Segundo". In the meantime, I think we're going to have to rent "Fight Club" again.


The Kevster said...

1. Bite me.
2. I said I was sorry.
3. How was I suppose to known THAT quilt did not count.
4. You're a big smelly.
5. Now you can kill the next bug you find
6. Stop trying to smooch me while I'm trying to type this
7. I am very proud of your quilting accomplishments and I love you even if I have to sleep on the couch, with the cats in the cold.
8 I love you.
Kevin- The only husband in the world who drives you to the quilt store and helps you choose fabric. TAKE THAT JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE.

Anna Banana said...

You are SOOOO lucky!!!

Quilting gals said...

Wait a husband who drive his wife to the quilt store? Oh my you are a lucky lady indeed.

City Girl Quilter said...

I'll remember that for next year's shop hop.