Monday, June 2, 2014

Etc

First, and before I say anything else, I want to say that the photo of Lo and her daddy in the rain was taken by Sarah.  I meant to give that credit when I posted it and got in a hurry and forgot
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Now, first I will show you my current quilt top I am making...it is not going to be even a twin size.  It will be more like a couch size...
I have a good start on it...I just need to take it down to the cutting board and square up the edges.
There will be a strip of fabric that goes between the sections.  I have not chosen the fabric yet.  And I still need to put the half square triangles on each corner of the main section. 
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I went to the dermatologist today...she removed one mole and another spot that she said was basal cell cancer.   But that was just from her looking at it through magnification.  Will wait and see what pathology has to say before I feel sure that is all it is...not that it isn't enough.  I should have went long ago but I kept waiting for other things to calm down.  If I had known how simple it would be, I would have went long ago.  

18 comments:

Ginny said...

Phil had basal cell on his neck. He wouldn't have gone to the dermatologist at all if I hadn't made him. I'm so glad you finally went. Love the quilt, perfect for watching T.V. on the couch.

Small City Scenes said...

The quilt is going to be perfect for couch sitting. Are you going to use a solid color for the strips? I would use bright red--LOL MB

Amy Burzese said...

Hopefully, you are in the clear with the skin cancer. And I have to say that I am so impressed with the talented folks who quilt. This is just marvelous. Beautiful. Remember to show us the finished piece!

Michelle said...

Skin cancer for me, twice now. Glad you had yours checked. Always important! Your quilt will be perfect for couch use and I really like the mix of colors.

don said...

I'm glad you got to the dermatologist took care of the potential problem.

Caron said...

I'm glad you got to the doctor. The quilt is lovely. I think a bold color stripe will look nice.

Betsy Adams said...

Glad you got those moles take care of... I think we ALL wait to have little things (which sometimes are NOT little things) checked out... You should have done it sooner--but don't punish yourself. You DID it. That is what matters... Hugs and Prayers.

Beautiful quilt top.
Hugs,
Betsy

Blackberry Lane said...

Glad you had the moles taken care of. Sometimes the dread is worse than the actual event.
Love your colorful quilt; you do beautiful work.

Montanagirl said...

Beautiful quilt! I love the colors. Glad you went to the Dermatologist. It was a wise move.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I'm glad you got the moles taken care of and I pray that the labs come back good. Your quilt top is beautiful and colorful!

Quiltedtime said...

Just remember that 99 percent of skin cancer is curable. I know that I do more than my share in keeping my dermatologist in business. Blond hair and freckles. Perfect storm.

Carletta said...

I have a mole that itches that my seem Dr will look at next month's appt.
Always lovely quilting and couch size sounds perfect.

EG CameraGirl said...

Your couch quilt is lovely! I'm glad you took care of that mole! Yep, sometimes having medical procedures done is way simpler than we think it will be. :)

Sandra said...

love that fireplace

Neal said...

That is very beautiful.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

So colorful! That will be nice on the couch.

Prayers for a good path report. :)

~Lindy

Mary said...

Love the quilt top! I'm working on a bunch of 4-patches.....have probably 100+. I hope to get a couple of quilt tops of some size out of them. Probably set similar to this. I may not put them on point. Will think about that. I need a background fabric because they are very scrappy like these blocks of yours and I have nothing that will go with them.

Nancy Reinke said...

The colors in your quilt are beautiful, Rose. You've done such a nice job. Are you thinking of red for the strips? I think it would be very pretty. I'm praying your pathology report comes back benign. Hugs ~ Nancy

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