I started this little quilt way back in January 2014. I was supposed to be doing a quilt-along started and completed that same January.
Sharon Boggon is rerunning TAST (Take-a-Stitch-Tuesday) and since I haven't done much hand stitching lately, and I do enjoy it, I jumped in.
A God That Could Be Real by Nancy Ellen Abrams
It was the subtitle "Spirituality, Science and the Future of Our Planet" That piqued my interest in this book. Spirituality and science have always been interests of mine. I've never been one to see them as opposites and have always tried to make them work together for me. But I don't have a great deal of knowledge in either area. Nancy Ellen Abrams has the knowledge of science and the experience of religion (both positive and negative). This book is her result of trying to make science and religion work together.
On Tuesday, March 17, I managed to get myself up early enough to go to Club Embroidery. Jeanette showed us how to do corner designs. Anita Goodesign makes it easy with marks to line up the elements. When I got home I had completed the middle and the right side on my first corner.
Mom left me an art studio.
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