…nor a lender be.
In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, that’s what Polonius advises his son Laertes in Act 1, Scene 3. Good ol’ Polonius – the guy knew what he was talking about.
Be a lender, and you can’t square up all those Logs, no Cabin blocks you finished, because your 8.5″ square ruler is visiting a friend.
Be a lender, and you can’t square up your finished paper pieced gnome blocks, because your 6.5″ square ruler is also out a-visiting the same friend.
As you can see, I’ve been hard at work since my last post! I get all sorts of nervous when I have more than three WIP’s or UFO’s, so I won’t be starting a new quilt top just yet…
What to do? Make use of the precious few rays of sunshine remaining before winter sets in, of course! Start a new stitching project, then throw yourself on a sofa in the sun room and take a long nap. Wake up, stitch, nap. Repeat.
Till next time,