This morning I had a return to do, and then I picked up a few groceries. Just before my lunch I talked to my daughter in Korea via MSN Live which is similar to Skype. It is so good to be able to talk to her and see her too. She won't be home for Christmas, nor will she for some time, but I shall be content to know she is enjoying her holidays. She is spending a week at a golf and beach resort in Vietnam.
I spent the afternoon in my studio trimming the leftover blocks for the zigzag orange quilt. I laid them out and sewed one row. It is about 32" wide; therefore, I will be adding some borders. I'm trying to decide if I should try some kind of a pieced border, and I have no idea what, or just be done with it and put plain borders. This is the second quilt with this fabric. I sort of run out of steam at this point, as I don't have a very long attention span.
I have a hard time to put my feet up at any time and just do nothing. It seems my fingers need to keep busy. While I was out walking the other day, I decided that I needed leg warmers. The pants that I wear are fleece lined with zippers at the back of the legs, and sometimes I can feel the cold there. It just so happened that there was a special sale night in our downtown shops on Wed night, so I bought the wool. It's Paton's-Classic Wool.