Oh Houston I have another problem

After doing the convention center visit yesterday and running into several friends, quick chats as everyone is busy busy busy, I headed back to my hotel room to get some work done myself.

First I must say I am staying at the DoubleTree which is at the other end of the strip from the convention center, a good mile walk away.   This is my hotel of choice because I love to walk.  And yesterday’s round trip felt wonderful.  So all the intense work of late with the chiropractor is so worth it.  I want to be able to walk and enjoy it for the rest of my life.

Ok…so back in my room with a sandwich and salad I picked up on my walk “home”.  I am good for the entire evening.


Spent some time working on paperwork stuff and then settled into the awesome firm chair in my room to do some handsewing.


First project out of the bag….rut roh…that has to go back in the bag….to be resewn at home….I cut some pieces a bit short.  Drats I really wanted to work on that. (Hint: it’s the next Collaboration project).  I can share the awesome fabric that inspired the “colorway”.


Next…I am making another Pieced Snowflake sample.  Well I will be making a bunch of these…anyway I shoved one in the bag to baste/sew on this trip.


Rut roh….somehow I lost forgot two of the jewel shaped papers to finish.  Well I can finish that at home.   But don’t you love the colors?   This is not your traditional snowflake.   I give everyone artisitic license to always recolor, recolor…RECOLOR!

I knitted a bit more and then snuggled into bed under “Ring Around The Hexies – bed size” for the night.


Today it makes it’s debut at schoolhouse and it will hang in the Paper Pieces booth during Market/Festival.

So truly Houston….there is no problem.  🙂

Hex on!

Posted on the whim of my phone. 🙂

2 Responses to “Oh Houston I have another problem”

  1. Sandie says:

    Have a great time! Sitting in the vets office wishing I were in Houston instead…

  2. Judy D in WA says:

    That chair fabric is a great quilt pattern. 🙂
    Love the snowflake design. Isn’t that the way it always goes, great plans only to leave some bits behind.

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