Friday, June 1, 2007

Cut Off, Hangin' Out, and more Swap Fun

Yesterday, around noon, a workman was leveling the ground around our town home to get it ready for laying down sod and he ran his backhoe right over our telephone cable. Now, I was not so upset about losing telephone access (we don't get that many calls and I have the cell to make calls), but we have DSL and I was dying without the internet! I'm not ashamed to say that I could not live without it. I even had to go to the library last night to get my fix of blogs, check my e-mail, etc. I didn't think I would be able to sleep very well unless my mind was at rest that I didn't have any urgent e-mails requiring response in my inbox. It may seem pathetic, but it is true. So, a little more than 24 hours later we are back online and hopefully this never happens again.

Today I finally got around to hanging this mini-quilt I made a few months ago. I guess I was thinking I wanted to hang it on a rod, but then I decided it would look fine just pinned to the
wall and that only took about five seconds to complete.

Close-up of Squares on Point Mini Quilt

Oh, and for more swap fun, check out this one. Have a lovely weekend!


Christina said...

The quilt is so pretty! I like the no-fuss way of hanging it! Looks great.

And, yes, feel free to use whatever you'd like from my post! :)

Kelly said...

thanks for the plug! i love free publicity!

Pieces said...

Oh, I love the quilt. It is so fresh and sweet.

Another way to hang minis: attach safety pins or little plastic loops to the back and hang on push pins.

Jenn Maruska said...

What a pretty quilt! The colors you used are so pretty together : )

Jenn Maruska said...

How big is the mini quilt?

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