Monday, January 31, 2011

Too Darn Hot

It's been 40 degrees C (104F) today and it is expected to be hotter tomorrow so sewing is a bit of an ordeal while I try to stay in the air con.
I managed to finish off this first QAYG quilt before I went to work yesterday and I finished off the second one today. Then I took a break and knitted a child's beanie and worked on some more QAYG blocks in larger sizes.
I also took photos of all the parcels that have arrived and the photos are on my other blog.
I plan to get an earlier start tomorrow before it gets so hot although I suppose I did manage to get quite a bit done as I've remembered that I also made 2 lots of binding.
I'm looking forward to cooler days soon as I will be working night shift over the next few weeks and I want it to be cooler so I can sleep.
Can't complain too much though as we avoided the flood waters and bush fires so far and I can still have fun with my quilting.
Hope everyone else is staying cool and dry.
Hugs Jan Mac


  1. i'm pleased to hear you've avoided the floods there, i always check when i hear where they are. k.

  2. Hello, I'd like to know if there is a deadline to donating the quilt blocks and where to send the blocks to? Thank you.

  3. Hi Shelly, Thanks for stopping by at my blog. There is no deadline for the blocks as this will be an ongoihng quilt appeal for some time especially as there is now a huge cyclone threatening Qld as well. My address is on my blog on the right hand side.
    Let me know if you need more help,
    Hugs Jan Mac