Like Al Gore, I am not a scientist, so the best I can do is read what I can about the global warming (or not) claims. I don't understand why he refuses to debate, though. (My snarky side says it's because he knows he's just pulling our legs and he can't debate because he'll lose.)
Well, I don't have time right now to watch this one (I've spent more than enough time going through my google reader until I got to this item!), but I'll post it here to view when I have more time.
(I'm probably the only blogger that puts things on her blog as a "To Do List." But then, if I didn't, I'd lose it. I know.)
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Friday, April 17, 2009
Sunday, April 5, 2009
It took a while, but the quilt for my mom got finished. If I remember correctly, I began this about 5 years ago. It was going to be at least 3 times bigger than it came out in the end. But at least it's a good-sized lap quilt. And it's DONE! Megumi took it back to the states for me to give to my mom ASAP. It was a lot of fun playing with the patterns, and I learned a lot about quilting that I didn't know before. (I should mention that I'm not exactly a beginner, but I'm still a real novice.) First, it really would be easier to put the whole thing together if all the blocks where the same size. Second, don't ever start using your main fabric for other smaller projects when you're not absolutely sure you have enough for the project you intended to use it for.
I've heard that the Amish always put an intentional mistake in their quilts. Well, I'm not Amish. None of my mistakes were intentional. Two places puckered badly, but I just had to keep forging ahead so that the quilt would get delivered. There are also two other flubs. I only saw one at first, and it gave me the idea to joke that I must be Amish and that mistake was not really a mistake at all but my design. But then, as I was preparing this blog, I found the second one. So, I guess I cannot fool anybody, huh?
Let me know if you can find the two mistakes. (But, please be kind if you find more.)