I worked at Viking yesterday and the dizziness didn't bother me much. This morning though I want to fall forward and to the right when I walk around. Thank heavens I can hang onto walls and furniture. I still think it's my inner ear because my nose is stopped up this morning and my ears are popping.
While I was at work yesterday I got the inner borders on my Yellow Brick Road quilt and also the outer border on the top and bottom. If I feel able to today I am going to get that one finished to flimsy so I can think about how I am going to quilt it. I still need to put the border on my Tossed Nine-Patch. That can wait a couple of days because Debbie Canterbury is making one too and she is still putting her blocks together. She is thinking about her border though. When they are both done we will take them to Quilts by Phyllis for quilting. This is Debbie's first bed-sized quilt. I am so proud of her!
The picture today is of my baby-sized quilts on display at work. I will be teaching a class on this pattern on March 27 at the shop. This is a fun quilt to make and I made three to show how different they look made in different fabrics. It is easy to piece and easy to quilt. There has been a lot of interest so we will probably do this class again later.