Monday, March 09, 2009

I can't believe it! I lost another hour today. How does this keep happening? We have a dvd player in our bedroom that resets itself automatically when the time changes. It did not receive the memo that the time change occurs earlier in the spring. So when I woke up, I thought I was way ahead of the game . . . . until I stepped out of our bedroom only to find another hour was *poof* gone. About the time I work it out the time calculations in my head, that clock will reset itself. Maybe then I'll get my hours back.
No stitching on the bunny quilt last night. I decided I wanted to add just a little more than the bunny. This morning I pulled down the box of wool and cut out a few eggs and a second bunny friend.
I'm glad I decided to wait. Hopefully tonight the stitching will get done and the quilt can make its table debut in the morning.
I'll leave you with a Harper picture. This spot under a lavender bush seems to be her current favorite place hang out. Clearly the lavender is doing its job - that is one relaxed puppy dog.
Still that ear is cocked up just in case there's a noise and she needs to launch into action.

28 comments:

Yvonne said...

I just love the bunnies! Cute picture of Harper....my kitties often sleep like that. :)

Christine said...

The bunnies are so cute ! great quilt !

Stina said...

Glad I was up to see your bunnies...they are cute!!! Oh yes they are...:O)
Oh Harper...I want to join you under the lavender... :o)

Goodnight...:o)

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Harper looks very comfy....love the quilt..

Carol said...

Libby I LOVE the bunnies...they couldn't be cuter on that quilt...that just screams Spring/Easter!

Candace said...

I'm so glad you gave the bunny a friend, Libby! The two of them will look so cute stitched up together!
I'd take Harper's place under the lavender after today's snowstorm!
Cheers!

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

Watch out for that clock. I used to have one like it and it didn't change the time on the correct earlier weekend. But later in the month it did change and it had me all screwed up!

alda said...

what a great idea to place the bunnies and eggs on the quilt, looks very good!!

Quilt Hollow said...

Oh Libby....you did it again! I like everything you do and would feel perfectly at home in yours! I tell you, this time change thing is more like jet lag for some reason.

Jeanette said...

I hate the time change (but love it in the fall...) I love your bunny quilt! You are so creative.

Stephanie D. said...

Yeah, I have one of those clocks, too--only the radio part just went kaput and now I have no alarm. So it doesn't matter if it's Springtime in the Rockies or Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil--the clock just doesn't give a ----.

I like the the way you took that pattern and made it all yours! So cute!

Harper's on squirrel alert.

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh that pic of Harper is just too cute! I don't think I ever see Chloe that relaxed! I still love that red/purple fabric. Man that is awesome. That is an old line right?

Darlene said...

While I've been Heaven only knows what, you've been a busy bee. Oh so cute! Love, love the wabbits :-)

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

The bunnies are just THE BEST! That quilt is wonderful, Libby. Harper looks like the most peaceful pup on earth... love that photo!

Catherine said...

The bunnies and the eggs on that quilt are wonderful!!
Harper looks like a very happy puppy!

Rabbit Stitchings said...

Wonderful just wonderful Bunny Quilt!!!

Your Lemons on the previous post well WOW...how cool to pick those from your tree!!

Love the Santa Quilt as well :O)...

Always fun to come see what you have been up to :O)...

The Calico Cat said...

cute puppy picture!

Angie said...

I love your bunnies quilt, Libby! Harper looks so precious under your lavender---and sleeping like a baby. Don't you just want to grab him up and snuggle him? :)

Andrea said...

Those bunnies are adorable! Having two is a great idea. They look like a happy Easter pair. :)

Cathi said...

You done good!

Julia said...

I love the Harper pictures and antics! Fun to have a dog vicariously through you! Hugs!

Cute bunnies!

McIrish Annie said...

that bunny quilt is really cute! You are always one step ahead of a season. Me.. one step behind. I have a picture of the Easter/spring quilt I want to make. Does that count??

Judy said...

2 of my vcr's do the same thing...especially the one in the sewing room, so I changed them and 3 weeks from now they'll set themselves and I'll have to turn them back! Somehow this switch has been much harder for me...old age???

MARCIE said...

Another wonderful Libby quilt! You have got it girl!

quiltycat said...

The bunnies are lovely, I have the same pattern too. Harper sleeps as a puppy!
nichi

~Bren~ said...

I was not so sure about that bunny, but they turned out very cute! I love the eggs!
Harper looks like I feel most afternoons!

Karen said...

I have been away from blogs for a few days, come back and find that you have really been on a roll. I adore your bunny quilt! What a good idea. What size is it?
Also, the fabrics you are going to use for your lone star are brighter than I am used to see you using. Can't wait to see what it will look like.
I want to make one of those Santa quilts. I found my book finally. Did you tear the strips like the pattern says to do?

Guðrún said...

Always on guard! Of course the quilt looks better after you changed it, and the bunny won´t be lonely.