I finally got over the crud that was going around, which, of course, started right when I began teaching my software training classes at work. Thankfully I didn’t get the version that kept coming back 2 or 3 times like some of my co-workers. I give credit to my holistic medical approaches which included extensive use of the nasal rinse bottle and using almost an entire bottle of doTERRA’s OnGuard essential oil blend!
However, before I got sick I was able to finish a quilt for one of my fellow guild members, Melba. She made it as a Christmas quilt for her granddaughter with the idea she could take it to college with her in the fall. It’s going to be nice and snuggly with the flannel backing she picked.
I did an overall meander in the middle and a custom design in the border, adding SID (stitch-in-the-ditch on each side of the inner border. It always amazes me how long SID takes! I used Superior’s King Tut on the front and Superior’s Omni on the back. Melba provided the Quilter’s Dream cotton batting.
I signed up for a Python programming class on Coursera.com and of course it started the week I got sick and I missed the announcement that it started, so I’ve been busy trying to catch up on the homework.
If you’re unfamiliar with that site, you simply MUST go check it out! They offer free online college level courses from all over the world! I’m not going for the certificate track, which has a minimal charge, but I may do something like that in the future.
So today I’m loading another customer quilt. Maybe I’ll get some homework done, too!