I finished with my most recent Star Trek quilt last night. This one is going to my niece. I have to wash it when I get home from work today to make sure it doesn’t fall apart. LOL!. It won’t but its a quality check I do anyway. Tomorrow I mail it.
I started piecing together a new pink #StarTrek #quilt this last weekend. I was in the mood to make something pink. This one will need lots of embroidery. The light in my sewing room is yellow and gives everything an odd color. It’s much prettier in person
I have finished with my latest #StarTrek #Quilt. I will be giving this away in the next couple of days. This is the largest quilt I have made. I hope it brings warmth and comfort to whomever gets to take it home.
I have chosen the design of my next Star Trek Themed quilt for my Gofundme project. The colors in this sketch are not exact. I will be putting a planet and a ship in the center. I hope to start cutting out blocks this coming weekend. If you would like to participate in helping me fund this project and possibly win this quilt go to my gofundme project page and donate a dollar or two toward my expenses.
Good Wednesday morning, I have nothing new to report. I’m still trying to decide on a design for the new quilt. I want it to be awesome. I can’t have someone snuggling with a non-awesome quilt.
The sign on the door designated his title as Vocational Education Program
Administrator. His dark blue jacket hung on the coat rack next to the door. The
white shirtsleeves rolled half way up his forearms. He sat behind his desk with
his face in his hands attempting to calm the migraine. The stack of VEP
applications on his desk were at an unmanageable level. His staff of four
overwhelmed. There weren’t enough hours in the day or days in the week to
complete all of the required inspections and paperwork. His most experienced
and reliable inspector abandoned her position for maternity leave. She would
not return for at least 4 months and there was no replacement. The remaining
inspectors slow, sloppy and teetered on the line of incompetence. Government
funding for the program depended on the number of VEP applicants certified in a
given year. His boss breathed down his neck to increase productivity 8 percent
over last year. He looked at the stack of applications, he could fabricate the
reports and save time, no one would know.