Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Gone Binding!!!

Tonight I started prepping for all the binding I have to do for the Christmas placemats. I managed to get all the fabrics cut and slowly sewing the strips together.

Tomorrow night during our Wednesday night sewing group I plan to machine bind some of the placemats. Although I do still have a bit of prep work to do.

I had hoped to get a little further along with my prep work tonight, but poor little sweet William had a bit of trouble getting to sleep tonight. It looks as though two more bottom teeth are getting very close to breaking through. He just couldn't get himself comfortable and did a bit of crying. He just needed some Mommy's cuddles and rocking in our rocking chair to drift him under enough to keep the gum pain at bay. Poor little thing. I just keeping putting myself in his little shoes and what pain he must be going through. I am so glad he will never remember this discomfort.

We are very lucky though. I hear of some parents up at all hours of the night with wailing and screaming babies while they are teething. William is just a strong little trooper.

It is already after 11pm here and I didn't have much of a productive night. But that's okay. It will still be here tomorrow night! lol My main priority was to get my little boy comfortable and to sleep.

Til the next post.

Quiltingly Yours


QuiltNut Creations said...

I'm prepping binding tonight too. I have 4 quilts quilted and I've machine sewn the binding on 3 of them. will finish the 4th than they are all ready to handsew while watching tv.

Little Cove Designs said...

Hiya such a dedicated quilter! I admire all of your work and our blogs share similarities in name! I look forward to reading more and seeing your finished work! The quilt I'm working on is all hand cut pieces, you've inspired me to get back to it... but in the meantime here's my latest work which can be seen at...


Carrie P. said...

that will be a lot of binding but good thing you can do it on the machine.
Poor William. My kids did pretty well when their teeth came in. Not to much crying.