Gung Hei Fat Choy!
First I want to wish everyone who is celebrating the Chinese New Year a wonderfully prosperous and healthy year of the horse! That's the start I am talking about.
And now for the finish. It's not a complete finish, but it is a flimsy finish. I finally got the hexie flower basket quilt top done. A couple of days ago I was approached by my guild to see if I would do a hexagon demonstration at our February Guild meeting. I said that I would be delighted. That gave me the incentive to finish this quilt top.
Sorry for the 'crazy' photo. I didn't have anyone here to hold it up for me. But that's okay, I am doing a lot of things alone these days. Yesterday I took Felix to the vet so they could do some kind of diabetic curve on him. They gave him a dose of insulin and then monitored his blood on an hourly basis to find his glycemic levels. When I picked him up last night they taught me how to give him his insulin and how to check his blood. This morning I gave him his insulin shot all by myself. I was very nervous and didn't think I could do it, but he was no problem. I offered him a couple of treats and he sat nice and still for me. I don't think he ever even noticed that I put a needle in the scruff of his neck.