Saturday, October 20, 2012

Row 4 Finished!

I'm rowing along today. I had Row 4 cut out for a while but got it sewn up this morning even though I don't feel good. I think this is an adorable quilt for everyone to do!
This row is all about apples (and apple cores). Lori showed the stems as brown. I don't want any brown in mine.
It's hard to not sew the rows together yet. It makes it really hard to get a photo outside with a gentle breeze. But it's a glorious day today and I thank my Lord that made it!
I was listening to Sabbath class this morning (no I'm not Jewish) and Chuck Missler (who is a scientist) was talking about time. He quoted Einstein as saying something to the effect that time is only a persistent illusion. Do you ever think about things like that and realize how much we don't know about everything. That probably isn't proper grammar but you know what I mean. Space, time, gravity,

So I have to work today. Hope everyone has a great Saturday! Cheery wave from Bev


Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Love your ROWS Bev. I really need to join in NOW.

Jan said...

Bev, I'm like you, I think about all kinds of "stuff", all the time. Never bored, never boring.

Unknown said...

Love the polkadot background! You are making great progress on this row quilt! Fun....and i bet it will be really fun to machine quilt!!! So many great areas!!! Have yourself a wonderful day Bev! Looks like you are!

Deborah said...

Yay! You finished the 4th row. Beautiful!

20 North Ora said...

Bev - The quilt top is really coming along. Love those vibrant colors. No, I don't think about things like that - it confuses me!


Missy Shay said...

I love your colors!

Anonymous said...

I really like the fabric you used! The strips are so bright and cheery.

Concerning space, time, gravity and all other mind boggling subjects... - I always think of them in a light vein (as in: '5 actual minutes with MIL = 5 hours in your head'), because my head would explode if I pursued it in a scientific light.

gilly said...

LOVE your sweet apples - the fabrics are just sooo yummy. It's such fun doing this Row Along, isn't it. I didn't want brown in mine either so I opted for a strip of grey (from my Blitzen for Basic Grey, Christmas jellyroll!) for the stems.
I too think about all these sorts of things - my Hubby says I think too much, but I prefer to call it "an enquiring mind" :-) Have a happy Sunday, xx