Just a bunch of little stuff for a cold morning in Cincinnati. Trust me, I'm ready for spring and warmer temperatures.
Andrea decided she wanted a new hairstyle so she and I went for haircuts last night. Her style is definitely a lot shorter and very cute. Mine - just got the ends snipped off - I'm trying to let it grow out.
So, with the haircuts, that left very little sewing time. Got the first skinny border on the Lizzy quilt and hope to get the wide border sewn on tonight. I ordered the black batting from the on-line store Jen recommended. If I like this batting, I probably will order a bolt of their white batting because I certainly have enough unfinished projects to use at least a bolt. Some of the fabric I purchased at Hancock's sale yesterday got slapped into the washer. I'm never sure about wash or not wash, but with the less expensive fabrics, I'd rather wash first before snipping and sewing. Not sure if that's "correct". My first quilt teacher preached wash. Others since then have said not to wash. What do you all do?
Started watching "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" last night but stopped about half way since my eyelids weren't cooperating. Seems like a good movie though. I'll finish it sometime this week, but not tonight since "Biggest Loser" is on - the only television show I watch on a regular basis each week.
Hope you all have a great Tuesday!