Inside was this book which I told you last week I coveted when at Ange's house.
I just might have
About a minute later the phone rang and he asked what I was on about. 'Well, the book,' I replied. 'I really appreciate you buying it for me.' 'I didn't,' said himself. Oh! Oh? A little delving further into the box found the piece of paper that informed me that someone much nicer than him mentioned above had sent it as a gift. A heart felt thank you was sent to the correct person and I can't wait to see her in less than two weeks time.
Here's a little peek inside the book. I love the way these quilts look. The sheer honeycomb makes my heart jump I think it is so beautiful.
Meanwhile, I did a bit of sewing with the HR today. I have the first two panels for the quilt made. I am throwing the pieces together randomly, but for once I put some thought in before I cut it all. Every last piece is made to finish at 2" square or a multiple of that. This is a jigsaw where the pieces actually fit, which is an unusual piece of forward planning by me. I have been known to go with the cut first, figure it out later approach too often.
Finally, many of us have switched to Bloglovin' for our blog reading device of choice with the demise of Reader. For the most part I am happy with it. Other than the irritating inability to comment on some people's blogs unless you close the Bloglovin' bar at the top of the page. That annoys me. It seems to me that this happens only with people who have their comments page set a certain way. I think it is when you have your comments setting on 'full page' this hiccup occurs. Otherwise commenting is fine.
The point of all this? Well, if you have had people complain about being able to comment on your blog through Bloglovin' then you might want to look at changing your comments settings. A simple and easy fix.