OK, not really, but remember in the book how Wilbur keeps asking how long it will take Charlotte to weave her web? And she tells him to be patient because these things take time...or in her case, all night.
I know how Charlotte felt. I'm happy with how it's coming together, but dang is a king-size bed BIG. I started with 2 charm packs, 1 in Kona Ask, the other Good Fortune by Kate Spain. It's almost laughable that I thought I could make a king-size quilt with all of 2 charm packs isn't it? Then I went and only bought 1 more of each...yeah, that might get me to a twin. I finally stopped my cheap-o ways and bought a Good Fortune layer cake and a yard of Kona Ash.
Had a marvelous time in Austin, TX last weekend, visiting my new niece. Out of respect for my brother and SIL who don't have a blog or podcast, I won't post any pictures of her here, but trust me she's so stinkin' adorable it was all I could do not to stow her away in my bag when it was time to go. We had a chance on Sunday to walk around South Congress Ave., filled with kitschy shops and restaurants. There is a yarn shop, Hill Country Weavers, that is filled with mouthwatering yarns and fiber, so naturally I had to look around. It's a minor miracle I only came home with this:
Everlasting Dream in Color 100% superwash Australian merino wool.
#704 Grow colorway
I think I'm taking the girls to Maryland Sheep and Wool to see the sheep this afternoon. It's been years since I've gone. Should be "interesting" because Maddy's temperament has been "squirrelly" lately, to say the least. Hope your weekend plans are fun!