The weather has been beautiful. Typically we've had a couple of weeks of scorching hot days by this time. But that didn't happen this year. It's also been a lot wetter than normal, everything is still green. Normally the fields and yards are mostly brown by this point in the summer. There is a downside to all this lovely weather, the allergens are a lot higher than normal. So my sinuses haven't been happy. Thankfully I'm not miserable, I'm just not operating at 100%.
In spite of the the allergy issues, I did get in a good bit of sewing room time. But all I have to show for Saturday is the pile of threads in the trash can.
It took pretty much all afternoon and most of the evening on Saturday to finish cleaning up the back of the Storm at Sea quilt. But that's done. I should get it shipped out to Trudy sometime this week.
Up next was picking border fabrics for Daisy Chain. I've got it down to two options. My favorite is the red and black.
My Guy and the Scientist in Training like the black and tan.
I'm still contemplating both options. Maybe the red is too bold and distracts from the quilt?
I decided to let the subconscious dwell on the options for Daisy Chain and moved on to piecing the backing for the 2019 Christmas Mystery quilt. I pulled some yardage I'd like to move out of the stash.