You know I've often wondered how it is that so many of you can get these quilts done. Bing bang boom and you're posting pictures of two three quilts at a time. The answer has finally come to me this evening. You don't live with my herd!!!!!! I have the BF, the lovable wonderful tollerant man that he is, has limits. Doesn't give a wit about quilting. Example, He thought that my fan quilt was going to pieced together to look like the front of Charlie Brown's shirt. You see, you know what I am talking about. Ok when you are done laughing, if it's not the BF then there is the retriever Zeus, afarid of his own shadow and always under foot, yes I have tripped over him several times. And then the yorkies, Yoda who is actaully king of the manor no matter what the BF says is the first to be inline for getting his time with me. Then he takes his place on the back of the couch to gaze out the front window and bark at everything in the street. I swear one day I will get one of those kid guns that shoots darts that stick to the window. I figure that will get his attention and won't really hurt him, maybe then he would shut up and let me concentrate on what it was that I was trying to figure out with my quilt. Then of course there is Ivy my female yorkie who not surprizingly is pregnant again. Someone around here wasn't listening when I said don't let them get stuck together when I left for work. I guess he thought I said something in reference to the stars and moon. Yes she is getting fixed when this litter is done. Ivy is the jealous one. Yoda got to sit in my lap she wants her turn, ok she loves to have her belly rubbed. she will lay on her back all day for that one. Then there is the Black Pearl, appropriately named. My only surviving puppy from the first litter when not playing with Zeus is usually digging clothes out of the dirty laundry and dragging them about the house. Not so funny when your socks are in the backyard with the unmentionables!!
So I was laying out my quilt pieces on the bed tonight just to get an idea of order and size when here they come. All of them pile onto the bed and the laid out pieces. And now I will go collect my quilt pieces from the bed and probably from the back yard as well and try again another day.