Tuesday, February 9, 2010

New blog

As you maybe aware I am having problems with this blog - I have created - http://podesigns2.blogspot.com would appreciate you following me there.


New Blog

As you are all aware I have been having problems with P. O. Designs blog.

Please be advised that I have created a new blog --podesigns2

I would appreciate you following me to the new blog.


Monday, February 8, 2010

No More Problems

I do not appear to be having any additional problems with my blog now. Hope you are able to view my posts.


Saturday, February 6, 2010

Problems with Blog

I don't know what is happening to my blog, visitors and myself are getting different kinds of web sites when leaving a comment etc. I can get on to my blog sometimes other times I can't.
It has been suggested that I may have a virus in one of my comments.
Help!! anyone have any suggestions.


Friday, February 5, 2010

Comfort Quilts

The guild that I am a member of is making comfort quilts for cancer patients that are undergoing chemo at our local hospital. Several quilts have been completed and were shown at our January meeting. Here is the one that my partner Debbie and I made. We used a spinning four patch pattern, and were very pleased with the final result.
Thanks for visiting.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Sewing Day

I have visited blog land almost every day to see what everyone is doing, however, I can't believe that has been almost a month since I last posted an entry.

During the past few weeks I have been working on the comfort quilt that my quilting guild partner and I are making for chemo patients at our local hospital. (Members of our guild were were partnered, and each couple is making a quilt.) Do not have any photo's of it yet, my partner is now putting on the binding and the label. Hope to take a photo of it this coming week to show you.

I have also been knitting some things for my Great grandson who is expected early March.

Today one of our guild members hosted a sewing day at her home, six of us had a very productive day working on our latest projects. I worked on a UFO - English Country Cottage. Those who were on the old blog would likely remember that I am using a counted cross stitch pattern and converting it to a quilt. Each cross stitch equals a finished one inch square. My plan is to have the top finished late next month. A lovely lunch, and conversation completed a really nice day.